Money-Managing Robots Will Know If You’re Mad or Glad

Pretty soon, a robot could be giving you financial advice and reading your emotions.
So-called banking chatbots — artificially intelligent virtual assistants that understand and respond to questions via text or voice-activated technology — emerged in 2016 with the likes of Capital One’s Amazon Alexa integration and artificial intelligence developer Kasisto’s MyKai.
So far, this first generation of bots mainly reacts to a set of commands or questions, such as relaying account balances and telling you how much you spent on coffee this month.

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