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August 20, 2022
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The edge: the bridge between banks and their customers

Banking is predicted to see the biggest impact of edge computing The way we bank has changed. With recent technology advancements, we’re now able to bank from the comfort of our homes or while we are on the move. Traditional banks are racing to deliver more personalised customer experiences with open banking, while fintech companies are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to deliver data-driven budget planning, credit lending, and risk management, pushing the limits of what we assume a financial institution can do. With the global pandemic keeping banking customers at home and spurring migration out of…
The edge: the bridge between banks and their customers

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