India's YES Bank has enlisted Microsoft to help revamp its AI-enabled chatbot, using the latest technology to let customers carry out everything from managing their credit cards to checking their loan eligibility.
Microsoft Corp. and OpenAI, two companies thinking deeply about the role of AI in the world and how to build secure, trustworthy and ethical AI to serve the public, have partnered to further extend Microsoft Azure’s capabilities in large-scale AI systems.
Personetics, the leading provider of AI-powered personalization and customer advocacy solutions used by the world’s top banks, announced today that its data-driven actionable insights will now be available for bank relationship managers and agents.
To help Canadian businesses unlock greater business value and capitalize on advancements in smart technologies and cloud solutions, RBC and Microsoft today announced the launch of RBC’s Go Digital program.
BKM transfers certificates to blockchain-based environment through belgem.io, a distributed application developed with Microsoft and VeriPark.
Microsoft has teamed up with Nasdaq and Refinitiv to empower everyday investors by bringing real-time US equity market data to its Excel spreadsheet software.
Billon Solutions sp. z o. o., a fully owned subsidiary of Billon Group in the UK, signed a cooperation agreement with the Center for Research on Legal Aspects of Blockchain Technology, operating at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw.
Thousands of developers, software engineers and students gathered at Microsoft Build 2019 to learn about the latest advances across technologies critical to the future of banking, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, the Internet of Things and Mixed Reality for cloud or edge computing.
Deutsche Bourse is to accelerate the migration of its workloads to the cloud after closing a deal with Microsoft for its cloud services over Azure and office collaboration tools.
The blockchain-based trade finance coalition Voltron has swelled to over 50 banks and corporates following the completion of trials involving the simulation of multiple digital Letter of Credit transactions across 27 countries on six continents.
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