By Penny Crosman, American Banker 6 March 2023 URL: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/is-there-a-place-for-chatgpt-like-tech-in-banks ChatGPT, the chatbot that Microsoft made available to the public on Nov. 30, has drawn unprecedented popularity and media attention. It attracts an estimated 96 million users per month, who ask it questions of all kinds. At first, users were wowed. It was able to write … Continue reading Is there a place for ChatGPT-like tech in banks?
Large language models: Another AI wave has come—what could it bring?
By Nyela Graham, WatersTechnology 25 January 2023 URL: https://www.waterstechnology.com/emerging-technologies/7950539/large-language-models-another-ai-wave-has-come-what-could-it-bring Since the release of ChatGPT, excitement and hype have been abundant across industries for this form of generative AI. For capital markets, the wave of innovation that could result may be a few years away but it’s worth paying attention to—and being critical of. Steve Rubinow is … Continue reading Large language models: Another AI wave has come—what could it bring?
Morgan Stanley creates bot that does junior analysts’ work — faster
By Penny Crosman, American Banker 16 February 2021 URL: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/morgan-stanley-creates-bot-that-does-junior-analysts-work-faster Technologists at Morgan Stanley have developed a virtual assistant that helps people throughout the organization plumb useful information from the 50,000 research reports the investment bank generates every year. “Our research reports can be many, many pages long,” said Eden Kidner, global head of research … Continue reading Morgan Stanley creates bot that does junior analysts’ work — faster
Today’s Brilliant Ideas are Tomorrow’s Legacy
By Steve Rubinow, Media and Entertainment Tech Outlook 3 August 2016 URL: http://www.mediaentertainmenttechoutlook.com/cxoinsights/today-s-brilliant-ideas-are-tomorrow-s-legacy--nid-85.html I can't think of a better way to start an article on the exciting yet challenging changes that are sending ripples (and in some cases, shock waves) through technology firms (and we are all technology firms) than to quote the late, great David Bowie: … Continue reading Today’s Brilliant Ideas are Tomorrow’s Legacy
Telecommuting In Financial Services Is Here To Stay
Is telecommuting good for financial services workers? It depends on who you ask By Melanie Rodier, Wall Street & Technology 13 June 2013 URL: http://www.wallstreetandtech.com/career-management/telecommuting-in-financial-services-is-h/240156469 Earlier this year, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made waves by announcing that her employees could no longer telecommute. The Telework Research Network estimates that over 3.15 million people consider home to be … Continue reading Telecommuting In Financial Services Is Here To Stay
Why Didn’t Microsoft Add OMS Functionality to Excel?
By Phil Albinus, Advanced Trading 11 October 2012 URL: http://advancedtrading.com/ems-oms/why-didnt-microsoft-add-oms-functionalit/240008447 Walk onto any Wall Street trading floor -- once you get past security, of course -- and look around. It doesn't matter if you're perusing a buy side or sell side firm, a hedge fund or a broker-dealer, because you'll see the same thing: Rows and rows … Continue reading Why Didn’t Microsoft Add OMS Functionality to Excel?
Top CIOs Predict the Five-Year Future of the CIO
By Kim S. Nash, CIO 1 May 2012 URL: http://www.cio.com/article/704050/Top_CIOs_Predict_the_Five_Year_Future_of_the_CIO Five years from now, the CIO will be a better, faster, stronger version of today's top IT leader, practically running the company single-handedly. Or maybe other business executives will become more educated about IT and decide to hire cloud companies to do it all, leaving the poor … Continue reading Top CIOs Predict the Five-Year Future of the CIO
Former NYSE CIO Swaps Pinstripes for ‘Silicon Valley Mindset’
By Rachael King, CIO Journal 2 April 2012 URL: http://blogs.wsj.com/cio/2012/04/02/former-nyse-cio-swaps-pinstripes-for-silicon-valley-mindset/ For 6 years, Steve Rubinow wore a suit to work at the New York Stock Exchange. Today he dressed in a blue striped button-down shirt and navy slacks. He’s not wearing a tie. That’s because Rubinow started a new gig as CIO at FX Alliance (FXall), an … Continue reading Former NYSE CIO Swaps Pinstripes for ‘Silicon Valley Mindset’
Q&A with NYSE Euronext executive vice-president and CIO, Steve Rubinow
Rubinow was in Las Vegas for VMware's VMworld 2011 By Georgina Swan, CIO 31 August 2011 URL: http://www.cio.com.au/article/399164/q_nyse_euronext_executive_vice-president_cio_steve_rubinow/#closeme Can you share a little bit about the role NYSE Euronext plays in capital markets in the global economy? When people think of the new NYSE they think of that iconic image on Wall St, the pillars, the American … Continue reading Q&A with NYSE Euronext executive vice-president and CIO, Steve Rubinow
The Secret to Successful Software Innovation Projects
By Kim S. Nash, CIO 29 August 2011 URL: http://www.cio.com/article/688775/The_Secret_to_Successful_Software_Innovation_Projects Enterprise software has long been available, neatly packaged, for all core corporate functions. And now, in the age of cloud computing, it can be turned on and off like water from a spigot. Outsourcers run our data centers, technology is for sale at discount warehouse clubs. And … Continue reading The Secret to Successful Software Innovation Projects