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Diebold Nixdorf IMS Conference 2017: shaping the future of retail banking

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Last week (12 October 2017) was Diebold Nixdorf’s latest seminar at the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam. Accompanied by representatives from ING, Franz Informatik and Forrester. The first conference of the morning focused on shaping the future of banking.

Pelican unveils “innovation hub” fintech partnership model for banks

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Pelican, a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) powered payments and financial crime compliance solutions for banks and corporates, has launched its Pelican Innovation Hub. The hub is not one in the traditional sense – i.e. a place for start-ups to turn up wearing jeans and get all creative. Pelican’s version is a partnership model as […]

Innovation hubs – where do you begin?

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Discussing the strategies banks can adopt to choose the right innovation partners.

EastNets unveils real-time fraud detection solution

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EastNets has launched its en.SafeWatch PaymentGuard (en.SWPG) at Sibos, a real-time fraud detection solution for Swift payments. The company says en.SWPG is a new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered solution, that can sort out “genuine transactions from suspicious ones and reduces the number of false positives”. Hazem Mulhim, CEO, EastNets, says it “recognises the mounting salience of […]

Sibos 2017: social media – identity capitalism

Vladan Joler, Share Foundation: big brother is watching you

“Our social and business communications are edited by tech,” Vladan Joler, director of Share Foundation, stated at the Sibos Innotribe panel, How does Facebook know you better than you know yourself?.

Sibos 2017 opening plenary: data is the new battleground

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Welcome to Sibos 2017 in Toronto – bringing together 8,000+ delegates from 150 countries. And this year we have a new (or the vintage new?) theme: data. Not the “big data” though (that everyone was talking about a few Sibos conferences ago), but just data.

Artificial intelligence: the shape of things to come

AI: the shape of things to come

Many financial services industry firms are examining the potential of distributed ledger and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Is it too early for any meaningful deployment?

NEFCU launches Google Home banking app with Conversation.one

OK Google, ask NEFCU for my balance!

Nassau Educators Federal Credit Union (NEFCU), a 200,000-member institution in Long Island, US, has launched its Google Home Action and Google Assistant app. The solution is based on the Conversation.one platform.

Microsoft and AWS buddy up to democratise machine learning

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Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have teamed up to launch an open-source, deep learning library called Gluon which will make machine learning (ML) more accessible to a wider range of developers, reports Telecoms.com (Banking Technology’s sister publication). That will be the key to winning the machine learning race. Not making the most complex and […]

Ten questions for, and about, AI

A ten-question test for AI

I have had it with the stream of articles about what artificial intelligence (AI) can do. Yes, machine learning works. It is possible to analyse key words, correlate them with other key words, do a massive amount of statistics, and find out some stuff. People cannot do that and computers can. Is this AI?

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