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A Denver-based software company called Sturppy released an AI tool called ChatCFO which can analyze and give advice using an organization’s financial data.
In a promotional video, ChatCFO was asked if the company could afford to hire an operations manager at $5,000 a month, and it immediately provided an analysis of how that hire would affect the company’s net income.
“It’s not quite a robot CFO yet. It’s probably not even a junior analyst yet,” Glen Hopper, author of Deep Finance: Corporate Finance in the Information Age, said. “But these are the seeds of what that will be.”