Tag "artificial intelligence (AI)"

Banks View Tech Giants as Their Biggest Threat

Banks are growing increasingly concerned about competition from technology and e-commerce disruptors, with firms like Google, Facebook and Microsoft being now perceived among their biggest competitors in the next five years, a new study conducted by Economist Impact and commissioned

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How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Your Ability To Detect Fraud

Online merchants can no longer rely on simple rule-based engines to stop fraud. Utilizing artificial intelligence is essential in protecting your business from modern fraud attempts. The tactics used to commit card-not-present (CNP) fraud have changed dramatically in the last

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Meet the Fintech Startups from Asia Thrusting Trade Finance into The Future

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), especially those in developing countries, have historically struggled to gaint access to trade finance, which, over time, has led to a global gap that the Asian Development Bank (ABD) estimated at US$1.5 trillion in 2018.

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Study: APAC Financial Institutions Embrace AI/ML

In Asia Pacific (APAC), adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in financial markets is accelerating. Though organizations in the Americas still lead in terms of AI/ML maturity and investment levels, those in APAC follow closely behind, according

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Will AI Trigger Massive Job Losses in Financial Services?

In financial services, the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) is growing rapidly, bringing in a plethora of opportunities for customer experience and personalization. Yet, the question of regulation still lingers and must be addressed to tackle the potential risks of

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