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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform how banks operate and the services they provide for customers. But, not all AI is alike. In this blog, we explore what Explainable AI is, the history of artificial intelligence, and why it is superior to other forms of “black box” AI.
Increasing investment in AI and cloud computing will usher in new opportunities for consumers and businesses, says Temenos/Economist research.
Cloud is coming faster than expected in U.S. banking, said Alexa Guenoun, president of the Americas and Global Head of Partners for Temenos.
Temenos report reveals two-thirds of banking execs see AI as sector driver – Retail Banker International
Two-thirds of banking executives believe that new technologies such as AI will have the greatest impact on banking in the next five years, according to a new Temenos report.
Banking executives believe new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) will be instrumental in driving global banking over the next five years, according to a survey by Temenos.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will play a key role in accelerating the digital shift in banking over the next five years, according to a report published Tuesday by banking software company Temenos.
The Canadian bank has reported greater demand for tech-based services in recent months and global execs say AI will be a game-changer
The application of artificial intelligence at banks will be the difference between the ones that succeed and the ones that fail in the coming years
The number of banking executives saying new technologies will drive global banking rises by 57% in a year, reveals Economist Intelligence Unit report released by Temenos
Two-thirds (66%) of banking executives say new technologies will continue to drive global banking in the next 5 years compared to 42% in 2019.