'Spark' series holds 'AI + Digital Finance' salon
In recent years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has been widely used by financial institutions to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve user experience.
To promote AI technology to empower the financial industry, the "Spark" series events -- "AI + Digital Finance" salon was launched in Zhongguancun.
The event invited leaders and experts from universities, banks, innovative enterprises, investment institutions to discuss the innovation of financial service scenarios supported by new generation information technologies such as AI, and to discuss the challenges and opportunities faced by financial institutions in digital transformation.
It also provided a platform for the supply and demand matchmaking and communication cooperation of financial technologies.
Sun Huiping, lecturer at the School of Software and Microelectronics at Peking University, gave a keynote speech on "Blockchain and Financial Technology", introducing the huge impact of the application of financial technology on traditional financial service models.
Sun elaborated on the technical depth and application scenarios of distributed systems based on blockchain technology, which provides continued empowerment for the financial industry by providing trusted data and trusted logic.
Shang Yumeng, product manager of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of China Merchants Bank, gave a keynote speech on "Exploration and Practice of China Merchants Bank's Intelligent Finance". Cai Guoxi, chairman of Bond Digital Technology, gave a speech on "AI Empowering Bond Credit Analysis, Issuance, Underwriting, and Investment Business Intelligent Management". Liu Pengqi, executive director of FreeS Fund, spoke on "Opportunities and Challenges of Financial Technology Entrepreneurship".
The speeches of the guests sparked discussions among the participants. They discussed topics such as blockchain, digital currency, and bond ratings.
Guests from universities, technology companies, and professional service organizations introduced their own institutional profiles, business areas, and external cooperation needs. They exchanged industry development situations, and explored business cooperation opportunities.