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Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech Market Growth by Top Companies, Region, Application, Driver, Trends and Forecasts by 2027 – Crypto Daily


The Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech Market report predicts promising growth and development during the period 2020-2027. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech Market survey report represents vital statistical data represented in an organized format such as graphs, charts, tables, and figures to provide a detailed understanding of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech Market in a simple manner. The report covers an in-depth analysis of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech market and offers key insights on current and emerging trends, market drivers, and market insights offered by industry experts. The report examines the impact of COVID-19 on market growth. The study provides comprehensive coverage of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Fintech market and its key segments.



The graph represents a network of 2,995 Twitter users whose tweets in the requested range contained "#FinServ", or who were replied to or mentioned in those tweets. The network was obtained from the NodeXL Graph Server on Sunday, 20 September 2020 at 23:42 UTC. The requested start date was Sunday, 20 September 2020 at 00:01 UTC and the maximum number of days (going backward) was 14. The maximum number of tweets collected was 7,500. The tweets in the network were tweeted over the 13-day, 21-hour, 20-minute period from Sunday, 06 September 2020 at 01:03 UTC to Saturday, 19 September 2020 at 22:24 UTC.

Mastercard's VP of AI talks bots, NLP, and why fintechs need AI for customer service (VB Live)


Companies like Mastercard are implementing AI strategies that are transforming how customer experience is done. Join this VB Live event for insights on why AI is essential for fintech companies, plus how to implement it, how to make it perfom, and more. AI has been around for a long time -- it's only in the last three or four years that people have been paying attention to it in the fintech space, says Dr. Steve Flinter, VP of artificial intelligence and machine learning at Mastercard Labs. "A huge driver of innovation is that small startups, fintechs, and non-technology corporates are able to get access to this technology that five or 10 years ago would have been locked away in university research labs and the big corporate R&D labs," Flinter says. The amount of data now available, and the ability to store and process that at scale, combined with open source technology, compute power, and breakthroughs in technologies like computer vision and NLP are all part of this AI democratization.

Jack Dorsey Details Twitter's Blockchain Strategy at Oslo Freedom Forum - CoinDesk


As for Bitcoin Twitter, as it exists today, Dorsey broadly spoke to the importance of safeguarding users' identities, which may be the key to healthy discourse. Plus, Twitter's staff are amping up reliance and machine-learning tools to help identify non-authentic user behavior, aka propaganda.


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Our approach is validated using all deployed smart contracts on the blockchain and demonstrates scalability and concrete effectiveness. The threat to some of these smart contracts presented by our tools is overwhelming in financial terms, especially considering the high precision of warnings in a manually-inspected sample. Gas-focused vulnerabilities are likely to become more relevant in the foreseeable future. Gas (or a quantity like it) is fundamental in blockchain computation and is, for example, included in the design of the upcoming Facebook Libra. Computation under gas constraints requires different coding styles than in traditional programming domains--a simple linear loop over a data structure may render a contract vulnerable!

CIA's latest initiative promises Blockchain, DLT, AI, and Machine Learning research - Morning Tick


The US Central Intelligence Agency has launched a research and development wing, dubbed'CIA Labs'. In a press statement, the Agency stated that this initiative is an effort to bring together private sector academia and CIA operatives to develop and produce tech solutions along various streams. Specifically, the research would take place across several spheres, including Blockchain, DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Analytics. The CIA Labs project aims to conduct research, development, and testing in multiple disciplines to address new challenges It will also adapt or improve existing solutions to technological problems. This multifaceted research will focus on several technological ideas that have not been fully developed yet.

Singapore: DBS opts for AI and Analytics to offer personalized banking to its customers - Morning Tick


Singapore's banking behemoth DBS, formerly known as the Development Bank of Singapore, announced that it was looking forward to using AI and Big Data Analytics to enhance its customer experience. The Bank stated on Monday that it was adding several services to its mobile banking app, including predictive technology, which would engage more users to make smarter choices regarding their investments. DBS has spent a significant amount of time refining its banking tech because it is expecting competition from several new companies in Singapore. Notably, companies like ByteDance and Alibaba are exploring banking licenses in Singapore, and have almost received them. With the imminent competition, DBS' superior services are expected to keep the bank afloat.

Tamil Nadu becomes first state to launch ethical AI, blockchain in country


The Indian state of Tamil Nadu unveils new technology projects, including a blockchain infrastructure. The Blockchain policy, unveiled by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami, would benefit the public at large by ensuring that government departments connect and design efficient workflows for users in various sectors.

Agent of Change: Catriona Wallace -- tonic


In addition to her roles as founder and CEO of fintech start-up Flamingo AI and as adjunct professor at the Australian Graduate School of Management, Dr Catriona Wallace is a campaigner for ethics in the artificial intelligence sector. She also helmed the second ever woman-led company to list on the ASX-listed company. Many people have concerns about our growing reliance on artificial intelligence. How do you feel about it? Artificial intelligence (AI) is the fastest-growing technology sector in the world, likely to replace 40 per cent of jobs in the next five years, especially in industries such as tourism, media, telecommunications and banking.