Fund Manager – and 1980s computer collector – Ben Rogoff discusses what he thinks of the current technology hype cycle and the developments that will impact how we will all be living, working and socialising in the future. Ben will give his thoughts on how artificial intelligence (AI) is helping to develop machine learning through the extraction, manipulation and interpretation of data to currently augment, and ultimately replace, human decision-making, against a backdrop of change within the technology world itself. He will investigate the disruption technology brings across multiple industries, alongside the external influences of regulatory pressures, political change and the US/China relationship. This video formed part of AJ Bell’s Investival 2020 webinar, broadcast 19–20 November 2020. The value of investments can go down as well as up and your client may not get back their original investment. For professional advisers’ use only. Tax and pension rules apply.
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