A Fintech Sitcom
An Original Comedy Series exploring the everyday struggle to get ahead of AI in financial services.
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Are you competing with ‘born in the cloud’ challenger banks? Trying to Get Ahead of the competition with next generation AI-powered customer experiences? Find out how you can empower key application with the AI platform for banking.
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LISTEN TO US ON THE BREAKING BANKS EUROPE PODCAST
HPE and NVIDIA took over the Breaking Banks Europe podcast to discuss all things artificial intelligence. What is the future of AI in financial services? And what challenges are individuals facing within AI project teams?
Adrian Lovell, HPE’s Chief Technology Officer for the financial services industry, joined by Kevin Levitt, NIVIDIA’s Global Industry Business Development lead for the financial services market, tackle the AI nuances and challenges in developing enterprise AI strategies for the future of finance.
HPE GreenLake for ML Ops make it easier and faster to get started with ML / AI projects and seamlessly scale them to production deployments.
As with many industries, financial services is coping with an ever shifting-landscape of new technology, economic factors, government regulation and new competitive entrants.