Finn AI and IDaaS firm Auth0 offer novel conversational AI
Canada-based conversational artificial intelligence (AI) firm Finn AI is working with Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) specialist Auth0 to speed the process through which banks are able to deploy its AI technology, reports David Penn at Finovate.
Finn AI says many FIs have out of date or little authentication infrastructure to speak of. This is an additional hurdle for banks and credit unions looking to provide their customers with the latest in financial technologies.
To help its clients modernise their authentication infrastructures, Finn AI is recommending Auth0.
The IDaaS company provides a universal identity platform that enables a single sign-on across multiple applications, and a single source of truth for all digital identities.
Auth0 authenticates and secures more than 2.5 billion logins each month, and supports customers in more than 70 countries.
“Finn AI customers who are looking to implement or upgrade their authentication technology will benefit from a seamless integration between both platforms,” Finn AI director of engineering Robin Monks explains.
He adds that the company’s experience with Auth0’s technology internally was a major influence in the decision to form the partnership.
Founded in 2014, Finn AI announced earlier this month that Fidor Bank was launching a chatbot powered by its tech. Last fall/autumn, the company closed an $11 million Series A round led by Yaletown Partners and Flying Fish Partners.