Morgan Stanley teams up with OpenAI to create bespoke solution for financial advisors

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management has teamed up with OpenAI, to create a bespoke solution for financial advisors.

The solution will enable advisors to access, process and synthesize AI-generated content that assimilates MSWM’s range of intellectual capital, according to Morgan Stanley. The stream of interactions and feedback from these queries will be fed back into the system to refine the offering.

Morgan Stanley is considering using additional technology from OpenAI as well, says the company.

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