Banking Technology November 2019 issue out now
The identity challenge.
The identity challenge.
In this two-part series, Nadia Sood explores the issues with AI constructs.
Lessons from Africa.
Discover how estimating the risks or rewards of making a particular loan has become faster and easier
New codes are displayed on mini-screens on the back of the cards.
Practical steps and examples of how to deliver differentiated, superior customer experiences.
VC firm makes three investments in Gecko Governance, Lingar and Oneiro.
Conception X turns dissertations into a deep tech start-up.
All staff will lose their jobs at the UK-based augmented reality firm.
Shopping around online for personal finance is a lot like choosing an ideal cup of coffee.
The app recognises cards and gives purchase info in real time.
Each start-up will receive seed investment of up to $145,000.
Dublin demonstrates its credentials as a world-leading centre for fintech and financial services.
BBVA is using a virtual assistant for its customer service in Mexico.
IPSoft’s virtual agent Amelia is not just smart, but also has human qualities such as emotional awareness.
The ability to blend artificial intelligence (AI) and human interaction should resonate strongly with financial service organisations due to their need to be highly targeted and responsive. When you provide the right service to a consumer at the right time, you can affect their behaviour and give them the push needed to complete the purchase.
2017 ends with the Bitcoin having surpassed the $19,000 mark. Could this perhaps be a taste of our future?
In a move to attract the tech generation to branches, Singapore’s DBS has launched a “lifestyle space” providing freshly brewed coffee, interactions with humanoid robots and a virtual reality (VR) area for retirement planning.
Mobile banking is nothing without mobiles, and as Apple leads the way in innovation it provides opportunities for banks to do things differently too. So, with the launch of the iPhone X, what is next for mobile banking in a world that can’t get enough of phone upgrades?
Google has responded strongly to Apple’s front-running approach to augmented reality (AR) with the launch of a new AR platform, reports Telecoms.com (Banking Technology‘s sister publication). ARCore is the Android equivalent to the Apple ARKit; in short, an AR reality platform for developers. It’s not the first time Google has had a crack at the […]