Commonwealth Bank of Australia has added an AI-powered chatbot to its apps that can help customers with more than 200 banking task.
UK fintech startup Nuvo has launched an artificial intelligence-powered Facebook chatbot that helps people find the best deals on mortgages.
The craze for cryptocurrency mining is putting increasing strain on electrical grids, raising concerns about capacity around the world and the prospect of a migration of coin mining operators to new jurisdictions.
As new technologies such as AI and DLT transform the capital markets landscape, the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) has called on regulators to hold new fintech entrants to the same standards as established players.
Toronto-Dominion Bank has acquired Canadian Artificial Intelligence startup Layer 6 in a deal reportedly worth more than US$100 million.
Capital One has acquired machine learning consultancy Notch as part of a progressive effort to develop data-driven products and services for its customer base.
As Finextra pulls the shutters down on 2017, we take a look back at our most popular news stories, videos, and community engagement activities over the course of the past year. The site will re-open for business on 2 January 2018.
ING is rolling out an artificial intelligence (AI) tool, Katana, designed inhouse to help traders decide what price to quote when a client wants to buy or sell a bond.
Mizuho Securities is using AI and voice recognition technology from Nomura Research Institute (NRI) to help monitor and analyse communications between its sales reps and investors.
The innovation agenda has been top of mind for bankers attending Swift's operations forum in Amsterdam, with delegates sharing their experience of agile development practices, distributed ledger technology and IoT and AI deployment.
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