Martin Markiewicz, CEO, Silent Eight joins us for our ongoing series – FTT Chats – where we sit down with the great and the good of FinTech to discuss innovation, new entrants, emerging technologies and, what we all hope will be a temporary topic, the current pandemic.

In this FTT Chat, Markiewicz discusses artificial intelligence, combating fraud and teaching the system to ‘think like an analyst’.

“Standard Chartered is a very good example because we went live in production with them, I think it was December 2018, so it was over a year ago that it first started solving real alerts, for real customers in real life situations and it got rolled out into 60 different markets across the whole footprint of the bank, across all the business lines,  all investigations.” says Markiewicz

Watch the full interview now:

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