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Tricks and traps of AI

Money magazine 3 mins read

2024 is set to be a transformative year in our relationship with artificial intelligence. With this in mind, Money commissioned eight thought leaders - across financial technology, banking, customer experience, investing, cybersecurity, electric vehicles, demography and homes - to write about how AI will impact our daily lives. It’s a must-read story. Keeping the focus on tech advances, we also cover new ways to home ownership, including lease-to-own and 3D printed homes.

Our cover feature tracks how AI will both benefit and bother us. From the rise of crypto and real time reactive customer service bots that can help plan multiple facets of your life, to self-healing concrete in our homes and deep fake voices on our phones, this story covers all angles…


  • Why self-directed trading apps will triumph over robo investing
  • How chat bots will become so responsive they will be able to give out specific advice based on a person’s personal finances
  • The advent of easier, faster EV charging plus speedier payment systems
  • Bioclimatic building materials that control the temperature, humidity and ventilation inside your home
  • The rise of creator commerce
  • Why cloned voices are the next cybersecurity challenge

In addition, we offer feature stories on:

  • The murky marketing laws that allow companies to spam us
  • How micro-investing works
  • Famous tech pivots, including homegrown companies Canva, Temple and Webster and Challenger as well as US behemoth DoorDash

The March issue also features:

How second jobs are helping households to make ends meet

We delve into the lives of the one million Australians who hold down a second job to make ends meet.

The shrinking of the public market

Our equities’ market expert investigates whether talk of a smaller sharemarket is realistic, bearing in mind that Australia has one of the highest levels of share ownership in the world (38% of adults hold listed investments).

How to access your super early

Did you know that weight loss surgery is the top reason people accessed their super early? We cover off the steps you need to go through to get your hands on your super plus the pros and cons of accessing your nest egg early.

The truth about rewards

Money investigates whether hopping between credit cards to accrue frequent flyers points for cheap travel really does work out plus how it can put your credit score at risk. We also share the five credit cards that deliver high Qantas points.

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