A question rarely asked is this: In the early days, what spread faster – the virus or information about the virus? Given the scale of misinformation and confusion, many would feel that global leaders and health agencies were slow to share and analyze information.
What lessons can we learn from the covid crisis about the speed and accuracy of information? What lessons can we learn about processing every bit of information coming from any source in any language in any format? What lessons can we learn about the slow speeds and inaccuracy at which human beings process information?
Such questions will reveal solutions that enable financial organizations to ramp up their Early Warning Systems (EWS). Banking Frontiers organized a panel discussion among experts on revamping EWS to usher in ‘Achhe Din’ for lenders.