According to a 2017 Gallup survey, 73 of US adults believed that AI will “eliminate more jobs than it creates,” but only 23% worried about losing their own jobs. Clearly, people understand the theoretical capabilities of AI… but is there a disconnect when it comes to how it will affect them?
At CU 2.0, we look at a lot of different fintechs. It’s our “thing,” so to speak. Often, this means that we’re looking at organizations that aren’t household names—startups, bespoke solutions, newer CUSOs, and companies that are testing the credit union waters.
This piece is based off of a roundtable discussion at the CU 2.0 Brainstorm Event in July 2021. It is not intended to be comprehensive—rather, it will provide a cursory introduction to AI for credit unions. Join our next Brainstorm Event here!
This is an excerpt from FinAncIal: Helping Financial Executives Prepare for an Artificial World. Grab your copy here! In the previous chapter, I showed various uses of AI in modern products and services. I hope that gives you an idea about what AI has been used for in other industries. More importantly, I hope that […]
When I thought my old 4×4 finally kicked the bucket last month, I started looking at new cars. But car salespeople have a reputation for being pushy and not entirely trustworthy. So, I browsed dealer inventories online, and whenever I wanted more info, I asked their chatbot. I loved it! It was surprisingly human. And […]
By Robert McGarvey For CU2.0 Ask credit union senior executives how they plan to beat banks and – I have heard this every time I have asked – they say “our people.” They elaborate that their people are good, kind, caring credit union people, from the community, and this will be the deciding weaponry in […]