Monday, August 19, 2019
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Tag: Machine learning

Avaamo raises $14.2m in Series A led by Intel

Avaamo, an AI technology platform, has raised $14.2m in its Series A round led by Intel Capital. Read more:

Banks embrace AI but unclear on how to use

Two thirds of large banks have already deployed artificial intelligence and machine learning, according to a survey carried out by Tabb Group. Read more:

AI for financial industry: YUKKA Lab launches sentiment analysis

The YUKKA Trend Lab is an innovative AI solution that anticipates market trends by analyzing financial news with the power of Machine Learning and NLP. Read more:

4 things executives should know about AI and data science

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are buzzwords in the world of business, ranging across channels from customer service to finance and beyond. Read more:

Customers wrongly assume banks use AI to detect money laundering

New research by BAE Systems has found that 74% of business customers think banks use machine learning and artificial intelligence to spot money laundering. Read more:

Fighting fraud by finding good transactions

VP Nicole Jass says Worldpay is ready to take the emerging CNP fraud challenge using its vast reams of consumer data. Read more:

ATB Financial partners University of Alberta on AI

Canadian lender ATB Financial is teaming up with professors and students at the University of Alberta to explore artificial intelligence and machine learning. Read more:

AI and the next step in financial management tools

Today’s consumers want financial wellness tools that help them proactively manage money. Learn how companies are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Read more:

An introduction to machine learning

Machine learning is a subfield of artificial intelligence (AI). The goal of machine learning generally is to understand the structure of data and fit that data into models. Read more:

How AI is transforming trade settlements

Banks are investing heavily in disruptive technologies to boost operational efficiencies. Read more: