Artificial intelligence chatbots were used as panellists for the first time as part of a conference hosted by the Gillmore Centre for Financial Technology last Friday. The conference - 'Digital Currencies, The Frontiers of AI and Fintech' - brought together industry and academics at WBS to discuss cryptocurrencies and the role of AI in society.

Joining ChatGPT on the panel was Nick Merritt, of metaverse platform Vault Hill Cynthia Campbell, of Canada's Alberta Securities Commission, Amila Dissanayake, of crypto analysis firm Chainalysis, Ganesh Viswanath Natraj, of the Gillmore Centre of Financial Technology, and Ray Patterson, of the University of Calgary.

Read more about what the chatbots had to say, as well as the key takeaways from the event, in our news article here:
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