AI in Financial Sector – A Driver to Financial Literacy


S Hasan Banu

Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Hajee Karutha Rowther Howdia College, Uthamapalayam, Tamil Nadu, India

P Sahaya Princy

Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India

Peer Review Report

Received Date

09.05.2019

Accepted Date

30.06.2019

Published Date

01.07.2019

Plagiarism

Accepted Level

Reviewer’s Comments to Authors

Major Comments

  1. There is no information on period which the study has been done. The author needs to add ‘period of study’ which is being the important part of any research paper.
  2. The study has many statistical information (like China occupied remarkable progress in the application of AI in the financial sector and by 2027, 23 percent of their job market in finance will have changed) where the detail of reference should be added clearly. Author is advised to add the reference detail/number/footnote reference in the paper.
  3. There is no information on the review of related literatures. If this study is first hand study the researcher should produce valid proof or can include the reference details on the study.
  4. There is no information on data collection, period of study, techniques used for collecting the data, footnote and findings for the study. The author should focus on the above mentioned parts which are mainly needed for a research study.
  5. There was no mention of the limitations of the study, one of which is the apparently high dropout rate.

Minor Comments

  1. A research article should not contain the words ‘I’, ‘We’ instead of that the word author/s can be used.
  2. Researcher can be highlight the research gap and pave the way for future research.
  3. Researcher can be highlight the research gap and pave the way for future research.