Cloud Computing, Big Data, AI and 5G: The Future of Fintech

Financial institutions that are ready to go digital will probably see greater success, as the recent pandemic shock has made it obvious that technology is needed for such companies to become agile in the face of uncertainties.

Based on cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, 5G, and other ICT technologies, innovative Fintech will embrace new opportunities and lead the upgrade of financial services. The future of banking revolution will be mainly mobile, and given the recent developments of social distancing, this has had a rapid acceleration.

Digitizing banking procedures and increasingly compressing cash are part of the historical revolution of this sector, made of multi-cloud, connectivity, cybersecurity and geopolitics.

In the last couple of years, banks announced Fintech innovation strategies based on new IT technologies, such as Big Data, cloud computing, blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and mobile Internet, in an aim to build a financial ecosystem that integrates various financial instruments and tools. These developments have been sped up by the recent evolutions worldwide, calling for increased online and tech solutions by financials institutions everywhere.

The development of AI systems tends to fall inside three main areas; building systems that think like people, creating computation models that get tasks done, and forming systems to inform and inspire, but not imitate. Fintech prioritizes financial inclusivity, and to achieve this, real-time play an important role in fintech’s ease of adoption as individuals with a smartphone gain access to quick, personalized, and customized financial services.

Robotic process automation and machine learning are beginning to play an increasingly significant role in the fintech industry by reducing costs and increasing productivity. With the increase in fraud losses, process automation and machine learning are expected to witness increased adoption.

Important companies are currently working on next-generation digital financial services. These (as opposed to traditional banking) will need the kind of speed and connectivity of super-fast wireless communications.

Fintech, as a whole, is one of the fastest growing industry across the world, owing to the rising penetration of internet users. The users are rapidly switching to mobile devices to perform a transaction or related actions, owing to rising ease and growing internet user base. Thus, mobile technologies are supporting the fintech revolution, providing innovative, secure, and accessible solutions to financial services and products, and are using AI for managing structured and unstructured data.

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