This Breaking Banks show predominantly focuses on the potential pros and cons of artificial intelligence, with guests including David Orban and Himi Khan.

There is little question that artificial intelligence (AI) will loom large in our future. It’s already present in almost all the new technologies we rely on. The question is whether that future is hopeful or dystopian? Will AI create more fulfilling work and a more fulfilling human existence, or are we creating the beginning of the end of humanity as we know it? There are strong cases to be made for both, and it’s likely we will see some of both in the future.

Today, we discuss this with two realistic utopians. David Orban is a renowned leader in global technology and the possibilities of AI. Himi Khan is the EVP of product management at Clinc, who specialises in AI natural voice interfaces, with an extra focus on financial technologies. Both have looked at AI and how it can change the nature of financial services and more. We are honoured to have them as our guests today.

Also, Penny Crosman from American Banker joins us to discuss some of the big stories around fintech, including the ever-unfolding Equifax scandal.

You can listen to more episodes of Breaking Banks and other fintech shows on the BankNXT podcast page. Enjoy!

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About the author

Brett King

Brett King is a four times bestselling author, a renowned futurist and keynote speaker, the host of the Breaking Banks radio show/podcast and the founder/CEO of Moven. His latest book 'Breaking Banks' debuted in the top 3 on Amazon's Bestseller's list in the US, France, Canada, Germany and Australia. 'Bank 3.0', his previous book, was released in 8 languages and ranked as a finance bestseller in 19 countries.

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