Author:Ken Bui

Understanding the Unexplainable

    Machine learning isn’t just another tool that’s available at a data scientist’s disposal to solve any type of problem. Data scientists have to follow an entire process that includes six stages. At Feedzai, we refer to this as the Data Science Loop. To learn more


    Make Your Merchants Love You

      Merchants today have the opportunity to reach their customers through different channels, creating new experiences that were never before imagined. In the early 2000s, customers were excited by the opportunity to shop online. Today, customers can order online and pick up in store, they can


      Easing Into Machine Learning for PSD2: An Interview with Our VP of French Sales

        Jean-Damien Rubal has joined Feedzai to bring AI innovation to the French market. His arrival to Feedzai comes just as organizations are preparing for a post-PSD2 world, where new kinds of payments spell new risks – and new opportunities. What do you predict in these


        Steve Wozniak, Dr. Michio Kaku, and More to Speak at “AI Deep Dive” Built by Money20/20 and Feedzai

        “The Woz” and Dr. Kaku will be joined by industry and thought leaders who will speak at the artificial intelligence-focused event on Oct. 22 in Las Vegas


        “How’s the View?” And Other Questions for Our New VP of German Sales

          Our new VP of Sales in Germany, Steffen Schreiber, comes to us with deep experience in payments technology, working with organizations like J.P. Morgan and Adyen. Read on to hear his thoughts on German banking trends, the advent of PSD2, and why Feedzai is the right place to be in the year 2017.

          What are the particular challenges you’re seeing with payments in Germany?

          PSD2 is top of mind in Germany as banks face new non-bank innovators entering the payments ecosystem. These new players pose threats to German banks, since PSD2 is giving innovators full access to customer bases that used to be exclusive to large banks.


          New Revenue and New Risk, In a Payments World Powered by Partnerships

            “Most banks get it.” That was the finding of this year’s Accenture study on Banking Technology. They conducted a survey where 79% of North American banks agreed that that AI will “revolutionize” the way that banks and customers interact.

            Now that most banks are seeing immense value from using some form of machine learning to power back-end processes like fraud detection, we’re seeing a shift in AI from the back office to the front office. AI is beginning to power every touchpoint along the customer journey, from marketing to sales to service, and 2017 is the year of this transition.


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