As more wealth management firms roll out robo advisers, including those that once pledged not to dip a toe in digital advice, one brokerage is striving to maintain a human touch.

Edward Jones, which has nearly 15,000 advisers and $963 billion in client assets, has no plans to add a robo adviser to its offerings, says Jim Weddle, head of the firm.

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