Tuesday September 22, 2020

Navigating new routes across seas of data

Intelligent machines represent a significant opportunity for the banking and financial services sector in driving efficiencies and helping to develop new products

12th September, 2020
Mark Kenny, client director, retail banking, Expleo Group

Much has been made of how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are transforming various industries, but banking and financial services – long dependent on technology, but often conservative – stand to benefit more than most.

Indeed, the applications of intelligent technology run the gamut of the sector’s tasks.

“I think there’s a role to play for AI and ML in both the front and back-offices, and even the middle-office,” said Mark...

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