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CFO Brain | Artificial Intelligence? I don’t know what or whom to believe

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September 28 · Issue #35 · View online
Arturo Pallardó
HolaArturo here!
Another week full of great treasury & tech-related stories 🤖 As always, we’d love to hear your feedback. 
The bonus track of the week: Cryptocurrencies. Enjoy the read and have a great day! 
(via MIT Technology Review)
◇ Confusion over what “artificial intelligence” is — and is not — poses challenges for CFOs (via CFO.com)
◇ FX gains and losses series: Playing Russian roulette with unhedged exposure (via Kantox)
◇ “When I started eight years ago, most of the requirements were for finance and accounting technical skills” (via CFO Innovation)
◇ Report: CFO Signals 2017 Q3 (via Deloitte)
◇ Three CFOs from major global companies tell how AI is changing their departments and roles (via Raconteur
◇ Auditing to be less of a burden as accountants embrace AI (via Financial Times)
◇ Redefining Transparency in the Digital Age: Phong Le, CFO of MicroStrategy (via WSJ CFO Journal)
BONUS TRACK: Cryptocurrencies
◇ Bitcoin is fiat money, too (via The Economist)
◇ Are crypto-currencies currencies? (via UBS Wealth Management’s Global Chief Economist Linkedin)
◇ Governments Are Testing Their Own Cryptocurrencies (via MIT Technology Review)
◇ Eight Things Cryptocurrency Enthusiasts Probably Won’t Tell You (via Great Wall of Numbers)
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Curated by Arturo Pallardó and the CFO Brain team at Kantox.

Have a super week!
Arturo
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