Artificial Intelligence State of Tech #DigLitBootcamp

Artificial Intelligence State of Tech [track 4]

15 September 2020, 11:00 CET  (Warsaw, Amsterdam, Sarajevo)

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The webinar explores the state of tech and importance of Artificial Intelligence for finance. We are reviewing all the elements of AI landscape, providing examples from financial sector. We are touching upon machine learning, block chains, and all sorts of algorithms leading to automating credit scoring or fraud detection, and more. This webinar will be followed by the one on October 6th, with even deeper dive into application for microfinance.

Presenter: Don Ginsel

 

Don Ginsel is a Civil Engineer and former banker at ABN AMRO and Deutsche Bank. After leaving banking for Venture Capital, the innovative power of technology and start-ups drove him to choose the startup side for a while. He has since been active as entrepreneur, investor and as mentor and coach through several accelerators and incubators.

He founded Holland FinTech in 2014, currently the largest financial innovation ecosystem in Europe, aiming to use the momentum in the financial industry, to change it for the better. Holland FinTech has built a strong knowledge base through research and insights gained through the enormous network of change agents that tie strongly into the financial industry across Europe. Working through a program for collaboration, transformation and impact, Holland Fintech offers its vast network of over 500 member companies a unique advantage to be part of the future of the financial industry and drive forward the digital economy.
See also: https://hollandfintech.com. Don is active as entrepreneur and board member in several initiatives that are driving forward digital transformation and building innovation ecosystems across the world.
For more information about Don, please see: Don’s LinkedIn Profile

 

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This webinar has received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation “EaSI” (2014-2020). For further information please consult: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi
The information contained in this webinar does not necessarily reflect the official position of the European Commission.