Advisers tasked with processing a “mountain of information” will get a reprieve through artificial intelligence, according to Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s chief digital officer.

“We are bringing in the latest developments in predictive analytics and machine learning — not to replace our advisers with some cyborg bot — but rather help them be faster and smarter in serving their clients’ needs,” said Naureen Hassan in a speech Wednesday at SourceMedia’s InVest conference in New York.

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