FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Developers of robo advice say it will grow beyond an asset allocation tool into a more proactive and complex financial advice platform, leveraging data aggregation and even artificial intelligence capabilities.

Such innovation -- dubbed by some as robo 2.0 -- had advisors attending the Technology Tools for Today Conference wondering about what's next in digital advice and how it would affect their work.

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