Back in March 2019 we wrote about the future use of NLP-powered applications across various industries - in particular Financial Services (our 2019 TEK2day article HERE). Microsoft (MSFT) is bringing natural language capability to its Productivity suite - Microsoft 365. This natural language offering has a name: "Copilot". We include an example of Copilot deployed … Continue reading NLP & Productivity Apps: Microsoft Copilot
J.P. Morgan Limits Internal Use of ChatGPT
I don't have first hand knowledge of how J.P. Morgan's PMs, Analysts, Traders and Investment Bankers may be using ChatGPT. However, there are a couple of inherent challenges as I see it: 1.) ChatGPT's knowledge repository is limited to the data sets it has access to. For example, if a Fixed Income PM runs a … Continue reading J.P. Morgan Limits Internal Use of ChatGPT
Putting AI In Perspective
I've long argued that Google is the AI King. Here's Why. Mobile. There are only 2 mobile operating systems that matter: Android (72% share) and iOS (28%) share. Therefore, when users interact with their phones through voice, they are primarily using Google's natural language AI (Google Assistant) or Apple's natural language AI (Siri). Nowhere to … Continue reading Putting AI In Perspective
Run For The Exit!
Run for Alphabet's exit door! Beta Bard flubbed a query! Today's emotional reaction to the Beta version of Google's natural language AI platform - Bard - says more about the reactionary nature of today's unsophisticated, mile wide, inch-deep institutional investor class. My guess is that fewer than 5% have more than a surface-level understanding of … Continue reading Run For The Exit!
ChatGPT Meet Google Bard
Bard is Google's answer to ChatGPT. Learn more about Bard from Google CEO Sundar Pichai HERE. Per Pichai the world will meet Bard sometime in the next few weeks.
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