Impact of AI & Machine Learning on Industry I

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, September 18, 2019     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  maX 2
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Evolution to Data-Driven Marketing

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

Evolution to Data-Driven Marketing
Serge Reit, Deutsche Bank

An insight into Deutsche Bank and is path to a data-driven marketing. Which role is played by technology, processes and culture? What are the success factors and where are the stumbling blocks? -          Path to a data-driven marketing -          Role of technology, processes and culture -          Experience from Deutsche Bank

AI in Proptech
Ritavan, Surplus

Panel: Is AI ready for compliance? Legal and Ethical Implications in Enforcement

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Panel: Is AI ready for compliance? Legal and Ethical Implications in Enforcement
Dr. Julia von Buttlar, BaFin • Ritavan, Surplus • Robin Jose, Scorable • Thomas Barkias, European Central Bank

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are increasingly being used in a variety of fields, none more so than the financial industry. AI offers great opportunities; it can enable companies to automate manual processes and meet their regulatory requirements at a higher speed with a lower error rate and less effort. While AI promises to bring greater efficiency to the provision of financial services, it is important to manage the risks.  Three principles that come up in this context...

Managing Complexity in Regulations Through AI and NLP
Lukas Wagner, Clyde & Co • Milos Rusic, deepset

The complexity of regulations is hard to manage today for financial institutions. The vast amount of unstructured text contains relevant information and can only be accessed through high efforts. AI and especially its sub-discipline Natural Language Processing (NLP) open up a great potential to simplify access, monitoring and the implementation of regulations. In this presentation, first an introduction into basic concepts of AI and NLP will be provided. Afterwards, challenges in...

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Digital Finance World 2019

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