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Opportunities for Digital Innovation Through Blockchain Applications
25

May

Opportunities for Digital Innovation Through Blockchain Applications

A blockchain technology provision company, Dapps.ai, has revealed the release of its Blockchain Application Management (BAM) suite, a natively built managed application suite for Salesforce.com. BAM is a cloud-based computing interface which is designed to incorporate business processes with the blockchain of their choice, through the Salesforce Lightening Experience interface. This will provide greater access to blockchain technology for companies that seek to utilise the benefits the technology brings such as security or transparency for example.
Facebook Developer Conference Highlights Importance of AI, AR and VR
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May

Facebook Developer Conference Highlights Importance of AI, AR and VR

At Facebook’s F8 developer conference last month, Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, spoke on the future of the company and highlighted the up-and-coming technology that is not only going to change and enhance the way that we interact with the world, but improve our day-to-day life.
Regtech and problem gambling: putting tech to work responsibly
15

May

Regtech and problem gambling: putting tech to work responsibly

Recent pronouncements from the UK Gambling Commission on issues around problem gambling and how the watchdog expects operators to act in accordance with its licensing objectives have made it abundantly clear that operators are expected to apply just as much capability and creativity to the area of responsible gambling as with the revenue-generating side of their businesses.
Macau Casinos Tighten KYC Compliance Through Facial Recognition
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May

Macau Casinos Tighten KYC Compliance Through Facial Recognition

The government of Macau has begun to improve the region’s KYC protocols through the application of facial recognition software and identification card checks to ATMs in order to combat the issue of money laundering. The news came as head of China's parliament Zhang Dejiang visited the the popular gambling hotspot.
Strengthening Anti-Money Laundering Decision Processes Through Artificial Intelligence
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May

Strengthening Anti-Money Laundering Decision Processes Through Artificial Intelligence

European online gambling operator Kindred Group, formerly known as Unibet Group, has revealed that it has entered into a collaboration with the Research Centre for Machine Learning at City, University of London, and responsible gambling data analytics specialist BetBuddy. Through this, Kindred intends to support and fund the development of a PhD to explore the use of deep learning and AI techniques to strengthen Anti-Money Laundering decision processes.

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