Need financial advice? Some are asking AI — with mixed results
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The AI chatbot takeover incentivized people to ask many questions normally reserved for human experts, and financial advice is no exception. But, according to professionals working in the industry, there are clear limits on what AI can do — and what consumers should expect. Plus, recently-released data on bank profits showed a significant outflow of money from bank deposits into more "secure" locations. And, why sticker prices for new cars are finally coming down after an easing of supply chain troubles.
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Bank results reveal a big outflow of cash
Marketplace’s Nova Safo explains what’s behind the increase in deposit outflows across the financial system.
Car prices lower further as supply snags ease
Marketplace’s Savannah Maher looks into what that means for consumers.
Should you trust chatbots to give you financial advice?
They may sound good. But the advice isn’t always sound.
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