Latest posts by Ken Bui (see all)
- EU Fifth AML Directive: How Banks Can Prepare for Five Key Changes - November 18, 2019
- AI Best Practices to Improve Enterprise Risk Outcomes - October 22, 2019
- Why It’s So Hard for Challenger Banks to Fight Financial Crime - September 24, 2019
There is a lot of excitement in the air about the potential of machine learning when applied to many walks of life, from banking to insurance, from cancer research to pharmaceuticals. Our imagination is captivated by the notions of accelerated learning, greater knowledge, and productivity gains. While the concept of machine learning has been around since the late 1950s, it’s only in recent years that the required software infrastructure matured to the level where it is good enough and affordable enough to be adopted by large organizations.Read more...