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Trust in Technology A study of more than 12, people in 11 countries into global technology perceptions and habits, conducted independently and commissioned by HSBC.
Foreword Digital technology is rapidly changing the world. The number of mobile banking users is forecast to double between and to 1. As one of the world's largest banking and financial services organisations, serving more than 37 million customers across 70 markets, we need to anticipate and be ready to respond to that change.
Our Trust in Technology research explores public opinion about the new technology banks and consumer facing businesses are developing, and its impact on daily lives.
In this international study we examine people's awareness and understanding of new technologies; their trust in them and the impact of this on adoption rates; and what people think Book report nudge future looks like in terms of new innovation.
The report explores some of the top technology topics of the moment, like artificial intelligence, biometrics, digital wallets and data driven nudge applications. We will apply the insights this research provides to our own business, as well as sharing them broadly with the financial services industry and other stakeholders.
Digital demands vary from customer to customer and market to market, but the long-term direction is clear: At HSBC, we want to apply proven digital technology to make our customers' experiences simpler, better, faster and more secure.
We will continue to adapt as their needs change, to provide banking services on their terms. Life expectancy is hitting record highs thanks to ground-breaking new processes.
A team at Harvard Medical School has grown heart tissue from adult skin cells. The prospect of transplant organs grown from scratch is on the horizon. Autonomous cars are being test driven.
Sometime in the next decade it will be normal to be chauffeured by an AI. Financial services are being re-invented by new technology. Apps make it quick to send money and check accounts.
Online consultation services nicknamed robo-advisors are bringing expert guidance on investment and pensions to a wider audience. With each new piece of technology, the same fundamental question arises: Price and availability matter, but nothing is adopted unless the target user feels able to trust it.
But what are the factors which determine what we trust, and what we reject? This report is an exploration of the state of trust in technology As industry and society is transformed by technology, HSBC decided to explore how people feel about the changes, in particular how the concept of trust might help or hinder this evolution.
The aim was to try to identify the barriers to progress, the appetite for change, and the benefits that greater trust in technology might unleash. To understand those questions we commissioned research among over 12, people in 11 countries, interviewed scores of experts, and reviewed the results.
This shortened report available in full at hsbc. It has become clear that the more technology enters our lives, the more critical the issue of trust becomes.
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A FinTech start-up can't win customers without winning their trust. A bank can't keep customers without being trusted. In order to deliver life-enhancing new products they need to know what trust is, and how to win it.
This report is offers some suggestions on how trust in technology can be achieved.Why Nudge is a slender volume. To allow readers to understand what makes this an issue, Sunstein reviews, very briefly, some of the findings reported in Thinking Fast and Slow and some of the interventions discussed in Nudge.
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