Recently, Bank of America, MasterCard and several financial startups announced new tools – known as chatbots – that will allow customers to ask questions about their financial accounts, initiate transactions and get financial advice via text messages or services like Facebook Messenger and Amazon’s Echo tower.
Recently, Bank of America, MasterCard and several financial startups announced new tools – known as chatbots – that will allow customers to ask questions about their financial accounts, initiate transactions and get financial advice via text messages or services like Facebook Messenger and Amazon’s Echo tower. ANDY CHEN NYT
Recently, Bank of America, MasterCard and several financial startups announced new tools – known as chatbots – that will allow customers to ask questions about their financial accounts, initiate transactions and get financial advice via text messages or services like Facebook Messenger and Amazon’s Echo tower. ANDY CHEN NYT

Banks bet on the next big thing: Financial chatbots

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