There’s a lot of talk  about robo advising tools these days. “They are of great interest,” says Tim Rouse, executive director of the SPARK Institute. “These tools do offer a lower-cost alternative to the human adviser.”

But, will they replace the human element? “That’s the big question,” Rouse says. “I don’t know what the answer to that is.”

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