How Software Ate Finance

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Software is eating the world, with radical consequences for financial services. This course gives you a foundation for understanding the future of financial services, and provides guidance for creating fintech businesses in the 2020s and beyond.


Financial Technology
Financial Regulation

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Coursera partners with top universities and companies to make world-class educational content available to our learners. With courses covering everything from machine learning to food and health to women’s health and human rights, Stanford University continues to deliver diverse content from thought leaders and experts. Stanford’s newest course, How Software Ate Finance, dives into fintech businesses and the future of financial services. 

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