FMLS:23 Speaker Spotlight – This Session Was NOT Written by ChatGPT

by Jeff Patterson
  • How have ChatGPT and generative AI transformed the financial services industry in 2023?
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Generative AI is all the rage, with an astonishing pace of change and far-reaching implications in the financial services space. Join a wide range of forward-thinking executives at the upcoming Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS), as they address the topic of AI head on and cut through the hype in the upcoming panel “This Session Was NOT Written by ChatGPT”.

Now in its eleventh year, FMLS always manages to attract the largest brands, names, leaders, and more. All of these specialists will be gathering under one room on November 20-22 at Old Billingsgate for the biggest event of the Fall.

Among the countless topics to be discussed will be the advent of ChatGPT and generative AI. Attendees can expect to get a complete sense of how AI can, and cannot, help brokers and providers. This perspective will be covered over the event’s two full days of content, which includes panel discussions, workshops, seminars, fireside chats, and much more.

Prospective attendees can explore the full FMLS:23 agenda, which is already live. During a year where anything can happen, this is event is one you cannot afford to miss. If you have not already done so, prospective attendees can still reserve their seat today and register today.

AI Upending the Status Quo at FMLS:23

2023 has been the year of AI, with this construct shifting from buzzword to ubiquitous, seemingly overnight. This year's event promises to be a key opportunity for attendees to hear from the industry’s best and brightest as they chart a course towards an uncertain future, one that is increasingly dictated by AI. The upcoming panel, ‘This Session Was NOT Written by ChatGPT” will include the following speakers:

  • (Moderator) Naeem Aslam, Columnist | CIO, NASDAQ | Zaye Capital
  • Lex Sokolin, Managing Partner, Generative Ventures
  • Toby Olshanetsky, CEO, Atomix
  • Andrew Lane, CEO, Acuity Trading
  • Peter Morgan, CEO, Deep Learning Partnership

Particular focus will be made towards the rise of AI and ChatGPT. Together with our expert panelists, FMLS:23 which integrations firms should explore to attract clients and bolster efficiency. This also includes an emphasis on the elephant in the room, i.e., how regulators view AI-generated trading advice, and whether brokers should offer such tools.

Experts will also grapple the grounds for AI indices and assets and which ones that traders favor the most. Finally, the event will look to touch on whether companies should be hiring prompt engineers and what role these individuals should be performing.

By fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing, FMLS:23 will aim to play a pivotal role in helping the financial industry respond effectively to arrival and proliferation of AI.

Have You Cast Your Vote for the London Summit Awards 2023?

FMLS:23 will conclude with its annual ceremony that bestows the highest accolades to industry outperformers in the form of the London Summit Awards. This year’s awards will include a total of 24 categories, covering a range of different titles and honors.

If you have not already done so, now is the time to cast your vote and make your voice heard! The voting process is easier than ever and FMevents staff are here to help every step of the way. Submitting your voting can be done by heading over to the FMLS:23 Voting Portal.

To submit your voting simply proceed through the following steps:

1. Complete your registration to FMLS:23

2. Log in to the event's website with your username and password

3. Fill out the Voting Form and make sure to complete all mandatory fields before clicking 'submit'.

The awards categories belong to the online trading, digital assets & blockchain, fintech and payments industry spaces. Each user can vote on any number of categories but for only one brand within each category.

As a quick reminder, the voting process is free of charge, never paid. Companies are also free to vote for any third-party brand but also themselves as self-votes are permitted. However, registering for FMLS:23 solely for the purpose of voting (and not for attending) is strictly prohibited and can lead to exclusion of the nominated firm and nullification of attendee status.

The full terms and conditions of the awards process can be read by the following link.

Generative AI is all the rage, with an astonishing pace of change and far-reaching implications in the financial services space. Join a wide range of forward-thinking executives at the upcoming Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS), as they address the topic of AI head on and cut through the hype in the upcoming panel “This Session Was NOT Written by ChatGPT”.

Now in its eleventh year, FMLS always manages to attract the largest brands, names, leaders, and more. All of these specialists will be gathering under one room on November 20-22 at Old Billingsgate for the biggest event of the Fall.

Among the countless topics to be discussed will be the advent of ChatGPT and generative AI. Attendees can expect to get a complete sense of how AI can, and cannot, help brokers and providers. This perspective will be covered over the event’s two full days of content, which includes panel discussions, workshops, seminars, fireside chats, and much more.

Prospective attendees can explore the full FMLS:23 agenda, which is already live. During a year where anything can happen, this is event is one you cannot afford to miss. If you have not already done so, prospective attendees can still reserve their seat today and register today.

AI Upending the Status Quo at FMLS:23

2023 has been the year of AI, with this construct shifting from buzzword to ubiquitous, seemingly overnight. This year's event promises to be a key opportunity for attendees to hear from the industry’s best and brightest as they chart a course towards an uncertain future, one that is increasingly dictated by AI. The upcoming panel, ‘This Session Was NOT Written by ChatGPT” will include the following speakers:

  • (Moderator) Naeem Aslam, Columnist | CIO, NASDAQ | Zaye Capital
  • Lex Sokolin, Managing Partner, Generative Ventures
  • Toby Olshanetsky, CEO, Atomix
  • Andrew Lane, CEO, Acuity Trading
  • Peter Morgan, CEO, Deep Learning Partnership

Particular focus will be made towards the rise of AI and ChatGPT. Together with our expert panelists, FMLS:23 which integrations firms should explore to attract clients and bolster efficiency. This also includes an emphasis on the elephant in the room, i.e., how regulators view AI-generated trading advice, and whether brokers should offer such tools.

Experts will also grapple the grounds for AI indices and assets and which ones that traders favor the most. Finally, the event will look to touch on whether companies should be hiring prompt engineers and what role these individuals should be performing.

By fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing, FMLS:23 will aim to play a pivotal role in helping the financial industry respond effectively to arrival and proliferation of AI.

Have You Cast Your Vote for the London Summit Awards 2023?

FMLS:23 will conclude with its annual ceremony that bestows the highest accolades to industry outperformers in the form of the London Summit Awards. This year’s awards will include a total of 24 categories, covering a range of different titles and honors.

If you have not already done so, now is the time to cast your vote and make your voice heard! The voting process is easier than ever and FMevents staff are here to help every step of the way. Submitting your voting can be done by heading over to the FMLS:23 Voting Portal.

To submit your voting simply proceed through the following steps:

1. Complete your registration to FMLS:23

2. Log in to the event's website with your username and password

3. Fill out the Voting Form and make sure to complete all mandatory fields before clicking 'submit'.

The awards categories belong to the online trading, digital assets & blockchain, fintech and payments industry spaces. Each user can vote on any number of categories but for only one brand within each category.

As a quick reminder, the voting process is free of charge, never paid. Companies are also free to vote for any third-party brand but also themselves as self-votes are permitted. However, registering for FMLS:23 solely for the purpose of voting (and not for attending) is strictly prohibited and can lead to exclusion of the nominated firm and nullification of attendee status.

The full terms and conditions of the awards process can be read by the following link.

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