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Deep Learning in Finance

Deep Learning in Finance

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The Deep Learning in Finance Summit hosted by Re-Work on March 15-16 in London brings together experts and practitioners in AI from around the world to discuss novel methods and applications in FSI.  Topics include fraud detection, sentiment analysis, representation learning and of course data privacy under new regulatory environments.  In addition to Inpher's CEO, there are many great speakers on the schedule:

  • Ash Booth, Head of Artificial Intelligence at HSBC
  • AJ Hashim, Head of Innovation & Emerging Tech at Barclays
  • Michael Natusch, Global Head of AI at Prudential
  • David Hand, Professor of Mathematics at Imperial College London
  • Horia Velicu, Head of Innovation Lab at Société Générale

Join what promises to be an articulate and poignant discourse on the capabilities and current limitations of Deep Learning in the complex legal and operational landscape of banking and finance.

Financial Cryptography 2018

Financial Cryptography 2018

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This year in Curaçao, the Twenty-Second International Conference for Financial Cryptography will convene with salient topics in secure computation, blockchain, cryptocurrencies and data privacy.  The Inpher R&D team and academic collaborators will present their paper on  High-Precision Privacy-Preserving Real-Valued Function Evaluation in the Privacy and Data Processing track chaired by Ian Goldberg

Other speakers include:

  • Yassir Nawaz, Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co. 
  • Dahlia Malkhi, Principal Researcher at VMware Research
  • Matthew Green, Assistant Prof. Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute

UBS Future of Finance Challenge: Inpher selected for Investment Banking 4.0

UBS Future of Finance Challenge: Inpher selected for Investment Banking 4.0

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As a finalist of the UBS Future of Finance Challenge, Inpher will present the capabilities of Secret Computing™ to address myriad challenges facing Investment Banking, including:

  • Facilitation of data science knowledge sharing and insight
  • Machine Learning in capital markets
  • Regulatory compliance, particularly with MiFID, GDPR and PSD2

The global UBS Future of Finance Challenge supports start-ups,  established and growing companies which have potential to change the way finance works and how banks meet their clients’ needs. Check out this article from Startupticker.ch for more on the program and finalists.