Join us at Singapore's leading fintech hub Lattice80 for a dynamic talk on "The Fragmented World of Payments and how FinTech can solve this problem".Guest speaker: Faisal Khan is a banking & payments consultant specializing in cross-border payment systems and a digital money evangelist. He is the co-host of Around the Coin, a weekly podcast on banking, payments and fintech.
Dr Mohsen Ali will speak on the latest applications in computer vision and its applications. He is an Assistant Professor at Information Technology University and co-founder of Intelligent Machines Lab and head Computer Vision Research Group at the university.
Join us for a spirited discussion on trends in AI and Automation in Silicon Valley, and the ripple effects felt in the rest of the world. ADDO AI CEO Ayesha Khanna will moderate a panel with Christopher Schroeder and Dr. Noah Raford. Christopher M. Schroeder is an American entrepreneur, advisor and investor in interactive technologies and social communications and Dr. Noah Raford is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Dubai Future Foundation and a former advisor on futures, foresight, and innovation in the UAE Prime Minister’s Office.
We are delighted to host with our partners Syte Institute a conference on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare in Berlin. The Digital Health market is expected to grow up to 200 Billion USD until 2020. Participants are leading Digital Health AI providers, investors, physicians and industry players. Topics include an overview of AI applications in healthcare, investments and enterprise valuation methods, and case studies.
Great to have Michele Ferrario, CEO of StashAway, give an excellent talk at ADDO AI's Fintech Meetup on setting up a roboadvisor in Singapore. StashAway has raised S$3 million (US$2.15 million) from the Rozario family — an office with deep banking connections. Previously, StashAway raised a seed round of US$516,200 from its founding team and angel investors.
What are emerging trends in applications of AI in industries like transportation, healthcare, retail and real-estate? What is realistically possible in terms of data-driven platforms, and what is more hype than reality? Join us in Lahore to find out.
Leanne Kemp is the founder & CEO of Everledger- a digital, global ledger that tracks and protects items of value, will share her experience of being a founder of a leading blockchain startup and some personal insights on how to become a real tech leader in this “male-dominated” industry.
The growth in Financial Institutions (FIs) exposing data within their legacy systems via APIs is driven by the need to deliver more customer oriented functionality and a faster time-to-market. APIs expedite the realisation of an interconnected and interdependent ecosystem that promotes (intra and cross-sector) partnerships, stimulates co-operation and increases information/resource sharing between organisations.
Weave.ai wants Siri to feel a little more human. The company wants to get AI to better explain its decisions and evaluations to the humans that use it, adding a bit of transparency to artificial intelligence that Co-founder and CEO Rodolfo Rosini calls “explainable artificial intelligence.”
Hacks, security breaches, and a lack of trust by consumers is becoming commonplace. The need for new solutions is becoming more obvious, and IT and fintech security budgets across the private and public sectors are increasing accordingly. As a result, cyber security has become the fastest-growing sector in IT. According to Gartner, the global spending for cyber security was nearing $76.1 billion in 2015—and that number is expected to rise to $170 billion by 2020.
The banking industry has been and is a massive machine providing comprehensive financial services. Any bank nowadays can serve any financial need for the eligible population. The word ‘eligible’ plays a vital role here. One of the core differences in approach to financial services between banks and fintech lies in democratization. While banks have always been looking to control the financial services industry, with the rise of fintech, the situation has changed drastically. Now banks are looking to collaborate with fintech so as to not to lose the links in the value chains that make them so powerful.
Gamification is the application of typical elements of game playing to other areas of activity to influence consumer behaviors. There has been a high growth of gamification solutions in various industry verticals due to increasing need for gamification solutions and applications in enterprise and consumer brands. As gamification solutions are gaining pace in the current scenario of engagement and loyalty ecosystem, the gamification industry is expected to reach US$11 billion by 2020, according to MarketandMarkets.
On the 1st of November, Startupbootcamp FinTech Singapore offers you the opportunity to fast-track your FinTech startup. Come pitch your idea and receive 1:1 feedback from experienced mentors from financial services, angel investors as well as the opportunity to get on the 'watch-list' for Startupbootcamp FinTech's 2017 accelerator program. Startupbootcamp FinTech's last FastTrack tour resulted in 2 startups receiving investment based on connections they made at the events.
How are different Asian countries attempting to regulate and improve efficiency in compliance? We discuss RegTech, called “the new FinTech” by Deloitte, and LegalTech, deemed an industry worth billions.
How does compliance become a business opportunity in financial services eg. systems that process anti-money laundering (AML) faster and cheaper? How can Fintech startups efficiently meet legal regulations across multiple regions in Asia?
With Singapore aiming to become Asia's FinTech capital, who are the women experts in the field (business, engineering, design)? We invite a panel of women to discuss their experience in FinTech, how to make products for women and how aspiring entrepreneurs can join this growing field.
Blockchain is revolutionising the exchange of value in a similar way to how the internet revolutionised the exchange of information and communication. Guest speaker Pavel Bains is an entrepreneur, futurist, designer and investor in exponential technologies. He is the CEO of Bluzelle Networks, which builds blockchain and distributed ledger solutions for the finance industry.
According to Facebook, tens of thousands” of developers are building chatbots and DBS recently invested Kasisto which uses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology to improve the consumer experience on mobile devices through intelligent conversation. At this month's Tech Crunch in New York, the creators of Siri wowed everyone with Viv, their conversational AI. We discuss and debate how AI chatbots will transform financial services. Guest speak Xaver Lehmann.
What is the future of robo-advisors in Asia? What motivates investors from millennials to emerging middle class to the wealthy to use platforms like Wealthfront and Betterment? We'll discuss the emerging players in Asia and the regulations that threaten them in different countries. Guest speaker : Mikaal Abdulla, CEO and Founder, 8 Securities.
What are the most exciting startups using blockchains, and the challenges that lie ahead for it? Will it truly disrupt the banking sector or will it be absorbed in it. We discuss and debate all aspects of blockchains from the technology underlying it to the regulations governing it.
What are innovative ways for credit scoring in Asia? How difficult is data acquisition and manipulation techniques from sources such as social media? From regulations on data privacy to the pitfalls of trusting correlations, an expert speaker will lead our usual debate and discussion.
What's next for trading systems (equities, fixed income, bonds, fx and algos) and for straight through processing of trades given the latest developments in Fintech. The forum provides an opportunity for knowledge sharing and networking amongst technologists. Topics include p2p lending, blockchains and mobile e-commerce.