The world’s most renowned robot Sophia, who was allowed Saudi citizenship in 2017, will go to the upcoming Middle East and Africa FinTech Forum in Bahrain.
Sophia will discuss the future of artificial intelligence (AI) and how it will influence money related administrations and will be joined at the gathering by her maker David Hanson, author of Hanson Robotics.
The discussion, which happens on February 21, will investigate the ways by which AI is progressively vital to saving money and how it will influence the business later on.
As per ongoing exploration, financial services firms are the biggest financial specialists in AI and will have spent near $10 billion by 2020.
Over 75% of worldwide finance chiefs trust that AI will be critical to making their organizations fruitful in future, yet just around 25% of banking representatives are prepared to connect completely with AI in the working environment.
Deputy group CEO of Bank ABC and chairman of AFS, Sael Al Waary mentioned, “When I look to the future of financial services, I know that artificial intelligence and other forms of innovation are going to fundamentally change how we work and live.”
He even told, “Many applications of these technologies are already appearing in finance, even if consumers are not aware. I want us as an industry to be ready for these changes, and be ready to take advantage of the opportunities they present.”
Since her initiation in 2016, Sophia has turned into a worldwide celebrity. She has ventured to the far corners of the planet and occupied with discussions about robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and the future of the relationship between humanity and robots. In the most recent year she has gotten her first pair of working legs and figured out how to sing and play the piano.
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