Entries tagged [banking-fraud]
by Jerome Kehrli
Posted on Wednesday Jul 04, 2018 at 09:34PM in Banking
The digitalization with its changes of means and behaviours and the induced society and industrial evolution is putting increasingly more pressure on banks.
Just as if regulatory pressure and financial crisis weren't enough, banking institutions have realized that they need to transform the way they run their business to attract new customers and retain their existing ones.
I detailed already this very topic in a former article on this blog: The Digitalization - Challenge and opportunities for financial institutions.
In this regards, Artificial Intelligence provides tremendous opportunities and very interesting initiatives start to emerge in the big banking institutions.
In this article I intend to present these three ways along with a few examples and detail what we do at NetGuardians in this regards.Read More
by Jerome Kehrli
Posted on Friday Jun 29, 2018 at 04:29PM in Computer Science
In parallel and in addition to BeCurious, the Empowerment Foundation launches in 2018 a project of curation files thematic through the bee² program.
Taking up the practice of curating video content, bee² means: exploring the issues that build our world, expand the perspectives of analysis, stimulate awareness to enable everyone to act in a more enlightened and responsible way facing tomorrow's challenges.
It's about bringing out specific issues and allowing everyone to easily discover videos the most relevant, validated by experts, on the given topic without having to browse many sources of information.
The three videos I contributed to are (in french, sorry):
- AI and Cybersecurity: Preventing Bank Fraud
- How does the Google self driving car work ?
- What are the limits of AI?
The three videos can be viewed directly on this very page below.Read More