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See how Silent Eight is transforming the financial industry across the globe.
Fintech information platform Fintech Global has released its inaugural AIFintech100 list, identifying the 100 most innovative companies building artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions to serve the financial services industry.
This article showcases our top picks for the best Singapore based Artificial Intelligence companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Artificial Intelligence industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.
Asia has become the world’s fintech centre over the past decade, buoyed by brisk economic growth, innovative digital finance solutions, and regulatory openness.
As part of Transform 2021, we’re excited to announce the full list of nominees for the third annual Women in AI Awards. While only a handful will ultimately be chosen as winners across the five categories, we consider all the women below to be the trailblazers and innovators steadily advancing the vital contribution of women…
OTB Ventures has announced the launch of a new growth stage fund totalling €50.5 million. Through this fund, OTB Ventures plans a number of follow on investments in portfolio companies.
Large global financial institutions are utilizing advanced technologies like never before to help manage their regulatory compliance needs, driving major efficiencies within compliance, risk, and internal audit functions in the process.
Silent Eight is a technology company which uses advanced AI to create models for banks to help eliminate any financial crimes. Martin Markiewicz, Founder & CEO, Silent Eight, shares more about this and how they have successfully equipped banks in their battle against financial crimes.
Executives from two innovative regtechs, AutoRek and Silent Eight, help us understand why data analytics could be a key FSI focus for the next decade.
ABN Amro (AMS:ABN), a Dutch bank with headquarters in Amsterdam, and Rabobank, a Dutch multinational banking and financial services group, are reportedly working with research platform TNO in order to test technology that allows banking institutions to share data that’s used for identifying financial crime while maintaining customers’ privacy.