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What if five years from now robo-advisors are a thing of the past? That would seem counter-intuitive given the current trend and the enthusiasm for it, with technology accelerating as quickly as the many startups competing in FinTech and related verticals, and as the industry for robo-advisors is still in the very early stages of development.
How then, could the future of automated financial advice be further transformed, taking on a different dimension that makes the current approach obsolete?
By 2020, the market for machine learning will reach $40 billion, according to market research firm IDC.
Combine that with the potential for more ... (read more)