Next month, credit bureaus will have to drop information about tax liens and civil judgments from credit scores unless they can independently verify the data. Eva Wolkowitz of the Center for Financial Services Innovation and Sarah Davies of VantageScore discuss.
Dan O'Malley, who until very recently ran the fintech incubator at Eastern Bank (and before that was at Capital One), now has a startup called Numerated Growth Technologies and software that he says can process loans in five minutes.
To teach artificial intelligence to responsibly execute human goals, there’s a need to build bridges between human thought and language computers can understand, Stephen Wolfram, founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, explains.
Some of the biggest risks facing any large bank come from within, such as human error or mischievous traders. Risk management consultant and author Andrew Waxman discusses how cognitive psychology and augmented intelligence offer help.
American Banker reporter Brian Patrick Eha shares stories and thoughts from his new book, "How Money Got Free: Bitcoin and the Fight for the Future of Finance," and two fintech leaders explain why Charlotte is destined to be the next big fintech hub.
A new survey finds that 14% of small and medium-size businesses switched banks last year and 18% are considering switching this year. Doug Brown senior vice president of FIS, explains why, and what banks should do about this.
David McLaughlin, founder and CEO of QuantaVerse, discusses how artificial intelligence can improve anti-money-laundering compliance; the problems of de-risking and "defensive filing" of suspicious activity reports; the Clearing House's proposal to reduce banks' AML costs; and more.