Tagged: artificial intelligence

AI and Machine Learning Technologies Are On the Rise Globally, with Governments Launching Initiatives to Support Adoption: Report

Kate MacDonald, New Zealand Government Fellow at the World Economic Forum, and Lofred Madzou, Project Lead, AI and Machine Learning at the World Economic Forum have published a report that explains how AI can benefit everyone. According to MacDonald and Madzou, artificial intelligence can improve… Read More

Ping An becomes First Chinese Institution to Win Euromoney’s Best Digital Bank Award, Now Over 30,000 Company Employees Working Remotely

Ping An Bank recently became the first Chinese financial institution to be named the world’s “best” digital bank at the Euromoney Awards. As mentioned in a release, Ping An Bank, which is a subsidiary of the Ping An Insurance Company of China, was named the… Read More

Ocean Protocol Developers to Build Bridge between their Marketplace and Energy Web Decentralized Operating System

The developers of Ocean Protocol, which allows software engineers to build marketplaces and other apps to privately and securely publish, exchange, and consume data, will be creating a “bridge” between the Energy Web Decentralized Operating System (EW-DOS) and Ocean’s data marketplaces. As mentioned in a… Read More

U.S. Fintech Flaist Unveils Conversational AI Tool “EVA” For Credit Unions, Community, & Regional Banks

Flaist, a U.S.-based fintech startup, announced on Monday the launch of its new AI tool, Eva, which helps credit unions, community, and regional banks better serve their existing customers and compete for new customers with larger financial institutions. Flaist stated it is on a mission… Read More

AI and Machine Learning Algorithms are Increasingly being Used to Identify Fraudulent Transactions, Cybersecurity Professional Explains

The retail banking sector has been hit with numerous scams during the past few years. Cybercriminals are now also beginning to increasingly go after much larger corporate accounts by launching sophisticated malware and phishing attacks, according to Beate Zwijnenberg, chief information security officer at ING… Read More

Chinese Offline Shopping Platform Cosmose AI Secures €12.5 Million Through Series A Investment Round Led By Tiga Investment

Cosmose AI, a China-based offline shopping platform, announced on Tuesday it secured €12.5 million through its Series A funding round, which was led by Tiga Investments with participation from OTB Ventures and TDJ Pitango. Founded in 2014, Cosmose AI claims it “harnesses anonymous mobile user… Read More

Binance Alum Fetch.ai, a Blockchain focused AI Firm, Introduces Decentralized Crypto and Commodities Derivatives Exchange

Binance alum Fetch.ai, an established blockchain-focused AI firm launched by former DeepMind investors and developers, has introduced Mettalex, a “decentralized” crypto, and commodities derivatives trading platform. As mentioned in an update shared with Crowdfund Insider: “Working alongside a consortium of steel mills, shipping companies, trading… Read More

Brazil’s Fuse Capital to Allocate Funds to Startups Focused on Big Data, AI, Machine Learning, Credit Card Firm to Assist Wealthy Investors

Fuse Capital, a company established by experienced VCs and business owners based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, recently revealed that it’s raising its first overseas fund for investors looking for long-term, but high-risk investment opportunities. Launched in November 2019, Fuse Capital aims to assist Brazilian… Read More

AI and Machine Learning Network Fetch.ai Partners Open-Source Blockchain Protocol Waves to Conduct R&D on DLT

The decentralized finance (DeFi) space is growing rapidly. Oracle protocols like Chainlink, BAND and Gravity have experienced a significant increase in adoption in a cryptocurrency market that’s still highly speculative and plagued by market manipulative and wash trading. Fetch.ai, an open-access machine learning network established… Read More

China’s Alibaba Cloud to Work with Singapore’s Fintech Academy to Improve Healthcare Sector Services in Southeast Asia

Hangzhou’s Alibaba Cloud (Aliyun), a Chinese cloud computing company that operates as a subsidiary of the e-commerce giant, Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA), has partnered with the Fintech Academy in Singapore and Pfizer, an American multinational pharmaceutical corporation. Through the partnership, the two companies and the Fintech Academy… Read More

Artificial Intelligence in Banking: Hong Kong Academy of Finance Publishes Report on AI and Fintech

The Hong Kong Institute for Monetary and Financial Research (HKIMR), the research segment of the Hong Kong Academy of Finance (AoF), has published a on AI and banking. Entitled “Artificial Intelligence in Banking: The Changing Landscape in Compliance and Supervision” the report seeks to provide… Read More

Uruguay’s Kona, which Enhances Customers’ Banking Experience with AI, Machine Learning, Chatbots, Signs Contract with Canadian Bank

Uruguay’s Kona, a company focused on enhancing customer experience with machine learning (ML) enabled solutions for businesses, which includes chatbots and various cognitive solutions for call centers, has reportedly landed a deal with a major Canadian bank. Established in Montevideo, and now headquartered in Toronto,… Read More

Invoice Financing Marketplace Crowdz Partners Wiserfunding to Provide Improved SME Default Assessments

Barclays-backed Fintech, Crowdz, which serves as a financing marketplace that allows SMBs to sell unpaid invoices for cash, has teamed up with Edward Altman‘s latest project, Wiserfunding, a business credit score provider. As mentioned in an update shared with Crowdfund Insider: “As Silicon Valley’s Crowdz… Read More

Monetary Authority of Singapore Commits $182 Million to Support Innovation and Develop Fintech Projects

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the nation’s central bank and financial regulator, recently revealed that it will commit S$250 million (appr. $182 million) in capital over the course of the next three years, in order to support the country’s financial industry. The funds are being… Read More

U.S. Fintech Cred.ai Launches AI-Powered Credit Card

Cred.ai, a U.S.-based startup, has launched its new banking platform specifically for millennials, along with its solid metal credit card. The company reported that it has been operating in “stealth” for more than three years to build its platform, which is notably designed to “empower”… Read More

Asian Fintech GoBear to Power Netcore Solutions’ Marketing Automation and Engagement Campaigns

Netcore Solutions, a marketing automation and personalization platform, revealed on August 11, 2020 that it has chosen Asian Fintech firm GoBear to power its multi-channel marketing automation and engagement campaigns. GoBear will help Netcore with ensuring customer retention, according to a release. Established in 2014,… Read More

Metro Bank Unveils AI-Powered Receipt Management Technology For Business customers

UK-based banking group and lender Metro Bank announced on Monday it has launched AI-powered receipt management technology for business customers through its mobile app. According to Metro, the technology enables businesses to capture, store and link their receipts to transactions in their mobile business app…. Read More

Truera, a Firm that Offers Fintech Sector’s First Model Intelligence Solution, to Address Black Box Problem in Machine Learning

Truera, a company that provides the Fintech industry’s first Model Intelligence platform, has reportedly emerged from stealth to officially launch its tech solution that aims to remove the “black box” surrounding machine learning (ML) and offers intelligence and “actionable” insights during the ML model lifecycle…. Read More

UK Fintech Wiserfunding to Introduce AI enhanced Cloud based Credit Risk Assessment Tools in India

UK based Fintech firm Wiserfunding is expanding its operations into markets in India. The company is introducing its AI enhanced, cloud-powered credit risk assessment tool for SMEs. Wiserfunding’s entry into Indian markets has come at a time when small businesses across the nation are struggling… Read More

Australia’s DayTek Capital, which aims to Launch a Digital Bank, Acquires Financial Services License

Australia based DayTek Capital, a company focused on establishing a digital bank, has reportedly been awarded a financial services license by regulators in the country. Headquartered in Queensland, the new digital bank, called Infinity, has joined several other Australian banking challengers, which include Xinja Bank,… Read More

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