The exponential future of finance

  • Lowe's virtual experience

    Lowe's virtual room designer allows customers to reinvent each room in your house, from top to bottom, online. CNBC's Diana Olick has the details.

  • Quantum computing to occupy Wall Street?

    Vern Brownell has become famous for leading the race to build a quantum computer at his company D-Wave, but his past career as a technology officer at Goldman Sachs alludes to another aim: a quantum leap in the way Wall Street operates.

  • Imagine a world of self-driving cars, robotic arms for amputees and virtual mobility. Here's a look at products revolutionizing society.

  • High Fidelity has created avatars that can be used in peer-to-peer meetings online.

    Forget the mouse and keyboard. Virtual worlds like High Fidelity rely purely on a 3-D camera and motion trackers to offer video conferencing online.

  • Future of robots at work

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera finds out more about smart presence system BeamPro at the Exponential Finance conference in New York City, with Scott Hassan, Suitable Technologies CEO.

  • Analyst's cybercrime picks: Splunk, FireEye & Palo Alto

    CLSA senior analyst and managing director Ed Maguire, explains his buy rating on Splunk, in discussing his top cybercrime stock picks. "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly says he got burned in FireEye.

  • Bitcoin's big future

    A former Visa executive joined BitPay, and more than $200 million has been invested in bitcoin start-ups since 2012. The "Fast Money" traders discuss the attraction to the virtual currency.

  • 3D Systems targeting materials, medical & metals

    3D Systems raised its 3-year revenue guidance. Avi Reichental, 3D Systems president & CEO, discusses which industries his 3-D printing company is targeting, and how his projects are advancing.

  • Cool pharma tech

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports which pharmaceutical stocks are ready for the future of medicine, including Covidien's swallowable pill-size camera.

  • Will technology make traders obsolete?

    What's altering the playing field for Wall Street traders, with the "Fast Money" traders.

  • Disruptive companies standing out

    From New York City's Exponential Finance conference, Singularity University co-founder and executive chairman Peter Diamandis discusses the opportunity for companies trying out crazy new ideas.

  • Traders pick chipmakers

    The "Fast Money" traders share their top chipmaker stock picks.

  • Singularity University co-founder talks 'exponential companies'

    Peter Diamandis, Singularity University co-founder and executive chairman, provides insight to the idea of an "exponential company" versus a linear one, at the Exponential Finance conference in New York City.

  • Prepping your futuristic portfolio

    Dissecting advances in robotics and technology, and how to trade these companies, with the Fast Money traders.

  • Medicine doctor blood pressure

    The current system focuses too much on sick care and not well care, exponential medicine expert Daniel Kraft said.

  • BeamPro disrupts 'Closing Bell' founder Tim Seymour talks with people in Palo Alto via BeamPro technology, at the Exponential Finance conference in New York City.

  • Beyond Jeopardy: What IBM is planning next for 'Watson'

    IBM's artificially intelligent computer system "Watson" made its public debut on the TV show Jeopardy in 2011. Now as Michael Rhodin, Senior VP of the Watson Group tells CNBC's Bob Pisani, the system will soon be used to help you shop and manage your finances.

  • IBM's Watson is changing the way banks and other financial institutions think about how they run their business.

  • For 210 days, hackers can be roaming around and rummaging and stealing anything they can, cybersecurity expert Marc Goldman said Tuesday.

  • 15 years to extinction: S&P 500 companies

    If you started a company in the 1920s on the S&P 500, you had a 67-year run rate before someone disrupted you. Today, you've got 15 years. That rate is shrinking. There is no such thing as S&P 500 relaxation.

About The exponential future of finance

  • Exponential Finance, hosted by Singularity University in partnership with CNBC, is an intensive 2-day conference that brings together top experts to inform financial services leaders how technologies—such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing, crowdfunding, digital currencies and robotics—are impacting business.

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