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drag & bot: Robot operating system drives up financing

The Stuttgart start-up was born out of a Fraunhofer Institute. A first investment should help on the way tothe  industry. Faster start for the automated helpers: In order to simplify the commissioning of robots in the industry, Stuttgart-based startup drag & bot is developing software. Now the founders receive seven-digit…

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Chatbots and artificial intelligence: the new allies of the financial industry

Save costs, improve customer service and even increase customers are some of the objectives pursued by the banking and insurance sector through the use of Artificial Intelligence, Home Devices and chatbots. In fact,  more than 50% of companies will spend more on the creation of chatbots than on the development…

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Liechtenstein blockchain startup launches first European security token

In Liechtenstein, the first security token offering (STO) has just been launched. This will start the sale of security tokens from the Liechtenstein startup edeXa (promocode below in the article). And the new tokens are in demand: the soft cap of half a million euros has already been reached. Security…

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Go-Jek takes over Bitcoin Exchange for $ 72 million

The Indonesian technology company Go-Jek is the first “unicorn company” in Indonesia which has just acquired the Bitcoin exchange Coins.ph in the Philippines. Unincorporated private start-up companies are worth more than $ 1 billion. It is reported that Go-Jek is hovering around $ 9 billion. Go-Jeck turning to the fintech…

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Digitization: AZEK launches a course on the «Chartered Financial Data Scientist»

Anyone who is fit to deal with complex data structures and programs is in demand on the job market. Financial experts in Switzerland can now specifically acquire these competences with the new course from AZEK to Chartered Financial Data Scientist (CFDS). The jobs created by digitization generally require a higher…

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What banks are suffering from: Customers in focus, contaminated sites, Saturday work, …

“The bank always wins,” is a popular saying. Anyone looking at the press releases of the last few years will have great doubts about it. At the turn of the millennium, when I decided to start a bank education, the (banking) world was still in order. Banks and savings banks…

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