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The FinTech@CSAIL initiative aims to advance the state-of-the-art in collaboration with select industry partners to address the hardest problems facing the finance industry today and develop the next generation of impactful technologies that will open up new business models, broaden access, gain new data insights, and improve security, in the following key areas:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Financial Policy
- Machine Learning
- Natural Language Processing (NLP)/Speech Recognition/Conversational Engines
- Risk Management
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What is visual computing? This field of research—sometimes called vision and graphics—covers the union of computer vision, graphics, and imaging. Research in visual computing continues to grow and expand, especially at MIT, and the technologies being invented at CSAIL right now are sure to have a major impact on industry to come just as they have in the past.
This initiative focuses on applications of the latest machine learning (ML) technologies, resolving the current challenges which limit the abilities of ML, and addressing professional development skills that will help prepare a company’s workforce for this digital transformation.
MIT Future of Data
This initiative is an opportunity for industry partners to work with MIT researchers on new policy-informed, technical approaches to today’s privacy challenges, to understand the implications of new laws such as the GDPR, and to lead a global dialogue with policymakers, civil society, and industry leaders as we shape the future of privacy and data governance.
“How is it the case that technology can actually help us make better financial decisions? In order to understand that, we actually have to understand how people make decisions. Artificial intelligence is really a key part of that.”
Faculty Co-Director, FinTech@CSAIL