Deutsche Bank’s seven lead use cases for GenAI

Risk Live: Innovation head sees “multi-multi-million benefit” in AI documentation and email tools

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Deutsche Bank has identified seven lead use cases for generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) that it believes can be safely rolled out across the firm at scale.

Tim Mason, Deutsche’s head of innovation, sketched out the AI-driven applications that the bank is prioritising – ranging from digital assistants to document processing systems – at the Risk Live Europe conference in London on June 19.

The application that promises the biggest efficiency gains is an AI system that reads documents and

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