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Modern Risk Management for AI Models

September 15, 2022

Modern Risk Management for AI Models
The concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) dates back to the 1950s with researchers trying to use machines to simulate human intelligence in machines. However, their use in the financial sector has been limited. With enhanced customer service and mounting cost pressures, financial institutions (FIs) have now started to look at AI as a possible solution for improving cost and operational efficiencies.

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The Expanding Universe of Low Code / No Code Platforms

whitePaper | June 30, 2022

Low code and no code (LCNC) development platforms expedite the creation of new applications with minimal or no coding requirements, as well as offer tools for non-programmers to create applications of their own. Low code development was introduced in the early 2000s to increase developer productivity. It uses a variety of approaches that automate and abstract application development activities, such as drag and drop editors, code generation, component assembly and model-driven development.

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Machine learning and artificial intelligence in a brave new world

whitePaper | December 22, 2022

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whitePaper | July 10, 2020

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MongoDB and IBM zSystems

whitePaper | May 25, 2022

Modernization of data and applications on the mainframe is a necessary priority for modern organizations. Building a MongoDB Operational Data Layer (ODL) is a pattern widely used to make critical mainframe data available for modern mobile and web applications.

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The Commonsense Path to Simple and Secure Remote Worker IT Management

whitePaper | July 28, 2022

Many businesses have recently evolved to support large remote or hybrid workforces. This initial transition was imagined to be temporary, relying on home networks to provide the connectivity needed for work. Now, two years later, companies are contemplating technology improvements to address a more permanent remote workforce.

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Modernize Your Payments Architecture

whitePaper | August 9, 2020

The payments industry is going through a period of massive disruption. Consumers increasingly expect a fast, easy payment process, coupled with immediate, uninterrupted access to account information and services.

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