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  1. Digital Health: New Technologies Have Far-Reaching Potential

    Digital Health: New Technologies Have Far-Reaching Potential

    Rising healthcare costs urgently call for innovation in the sector. Digitalization opens up attractive prospects for investors with long-term horizons. Which new technologies offer the most potential in healthcare and which areas of the sector will be most affected?

  2. Exploring Where New Growth Starts: Credit Suisse's 4th Private Innovation Circle

    Exploring Where New Growth Starts: Credit Suisse's 4th Private Innovation Circle

    Nine game-changing ventures presented their unique business ideas to investors and showcased that we are already in the midst of an Artificial Intelligence revolution.

  3. Amelia – Artificial Intelligence in Action at Credit Suisse

    Amelia – Artificial Intelligence in Action at Credit Suisse

    Meet Amelia, our in-house virtual agent who helps thousands of employees with day-to-day tech problems.

  4. How Big Data Analytics Is Transforming Regulatory Compliance

    How Big Data Analytics Is Transforming Regulatory Compliance

    A new technology platform is transforming compliance at Credit Suisse into an intelligence-led, risk-based operation and driving significant gains in speed and efficiency.

  5. Urs Hölzle: "I've been waiting for calm since 1999"

    Urs Hölzle: "I've been waiting for calm since 1999"

    No other Swiss person has had such a strong and immediate effect on the digital revolution as Urs Hölzle. The eighth employee to join Google, Hölzle was described by Business Insider as a "tech guru"; the Swiss broadcasting company Schweizer Fernsehen called him "the most important Swiss transplant in Silicon Valley."

  6. Supertrends: Technology at the Service of Humans

    Supertrends: Technology at the Service of Humans

    Faster than ever speed of technology development offers indefinite range of investment opportunities.

  7. A Secure Business?

    A Secure Business?

    Each year, cybercriminals cause hundreds of millions of dollars in losses. In most cases, the attackers are engaging in industrial espionage. Online security is one of the fastest growing markets in the IT sector.

  8. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: A Disruptive Force with Investment Potential

    The pace of technological development in areas like robotics, virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) has been frenetic. The impact is already being felt in new investment opportunities but also in lost jobs. While it may be too early to pinpoint what the ultimate result of all this disruption to existing business models will be, what is for certain in our view is that there will be far-reaching impact and significant change.

  9. The Dark Side of Digitalization

    The Dark Side of Digitalization

    Globalization and digitization make IT systems vulnerable to attack. Investing in security is therefore essential, and hackers can actually help in this regard.

  10. Forget Bitcoin, but Remember Blockchain?

    Forget Bitcoin, but Remember Blockchain?

    The most obvious potential use for blockchain technology is the one that already exists – payment systems. But there is much more to blockchain than this.