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Wells Fargo Banks: Now In The Verge of Vanishing

Branches of Wells Fargo Banks are now on the edge of disappearing.

Wells Fargo Banks: Now In The Verge of Vanishing (Photo: CNBC)

Physical locations including Wells Fargo Banks have always been threatened by online banking. The difficulty in those fields is about to get greater due to new trends.

The fourth-largest bank in the United States is Wells Fargo Banks

One of the key contributors to Wells Fargo Banks’ performance in terms of revenue and profit is its consumer banking division. Wells Fargo Banks currently has 5,023 outlets. 

Wells Fargo Banks will be able to close hundreds of these facilities or lay off the majority of their human employees due to AI and robotics.

The majority of work performed at Wells Fargo Banks branches does not require physical facilities or places staffed by people.

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The majority of the work done at teller windows can already be done by AI-driven robots. 

Loan applications are examined by people as part of what happens at Wells Fargo Banks. Some of these are loans for companies. Others include vehicle loans or mortgages.

Software driven by AI will be used to analyze loan risk, calculate credit scores, and gather the data necessary to evaluate loans. Even at actual places, such as factories and residences, the software can assess collateral using drone technology.

Helping affluent clients is yet another reason why Wells Fargo Banks branches exist. Rich people need support when they receive advice on how to invest their money and take on debt, according to the marketing message for so-called personal banking services.

Based on an array of financial calculations that humans are unable to perform, AI is considerably more capable of performing the task. Optics that don’t need humans to operate may scan assets and determine their value.

The period when Wells Fargo Banks required several retail sites is rapidly fading by.

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