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How to Chart the Future of Financial Services Technology by Mark Sievewright

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How to Chart the Future of Financial Services Technology by Mark Sievewright

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Length: 22:55

Speaker: Mark Sievewright is the CEO at Sievewright & Associates.

Synopsis: We are privileged to be living in the Golden Age of financial services technology. Over the next decade, many of the concepts and technologies that we describe today as emerging—such as the Internet of things, artificial intelligence and wearable technology—will be ubiquitous, and will have redefined and reshaped how we live and interact. Also, the following forecasts create a snapshot of our shared (and global) digital future: there will  be close to a trillion sensors connected to the Internet; about 90% of the world’s population will have readily available access to the Internet; the vast majority of the global population will be using a smartphone to enable that access; and the homes we live in will be “smart” beyond what we can imagine today with a substantial amount of Internet traffic driven by in-home devices and appliances. What changes can we expect to see in financial services over the course of the next decade, and how can credit unions remain relevant and become prevalent in this Golden Age of technology?

Event: The How To Conference by CU Water Cooler was held at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on June 12-13, 2018.

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Length: 22:55

Speaker: Mark Sievewright is the CEO at Sievewright & Associates.

Synopsis: We are privileged to be living in the Golden Age of financial services technology. Over the next decade, many of the concepts and technologies that we describe today as emerging—such as the Internet of things, artificial intelligence and wearable technology—will be ubiquitous, and will have redefined and reshaped how we live and interact. Also, the following forecasts create a snapshot of our shared (and global) digital future: there will  be close to a trillion sensors connected to the Internet; about 90% of the world’s population will have readily available access to the Internet; the vast majority of the global population will be using a smartphone to enable that access; and the homes we live in will be “smart” beyond what we can imagine today with a substantial amount of Internet traffic driven by in-home devices and appliances. What changes can we expect to see in financial services over the course of the next decade, and how can credit unions remain relevant and become prevalent in this Golden Age of technology?

Event: The How To Conference by CU Water Cooler was held at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin on June 12-13, 2018.

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