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Analytics & Optimization Mission Critical Artificial Intelligence in the Cloud

Mission Critical AI
Apr182018

FICO WORLD 2018, MIAMI, Florida Mission Critical AI FICO showcased the latest enhancements this week to its FICO® Decision Management Suite (DMS) which leverages artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), advanced analytics, optimization and decisioning to deliver better, more predictive business outcomes. New capabilities include: DMS Enterprise Grade Cloud Service: Now available on AWS, this managed service provides 24×7 high availability, disaster recovery, and supports the development, test and production environment. New tools and execution platform: For mission critical AI, decisions, analytics and optimization, the new FICO® Analytics Workbench supports a wide range of commonly used AI and ML model executions and FICO developed analytic models for use cases such as fraud and anomaly detection. FICO® Decision Central™ and DMS Hub in the Cloud: Enables true centralized decisioning with performance tracking, governance, source code control and collaboration for analytics and AI models. Next generation decision optimization: Latest version of FICO® Decision Optimizer is now available... [Read More]

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Risk & Compliance 70% of APAC Banks To Use AI in Collections by 2019

70% of APAC Banks Will Use AI in Collections by 2019
Apr122018

AI in Collections an Inevitability Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more integral in improving collections, according to banks in Asia Pacific (APAC). In a survey conducted at the FutureCollect event in March, seven out of ten senior collections managers revealed they plan to implement and integrate AI into their collections systems within the next two years, and 24 percent said they will do it next year. These new findings are consistent with FICO’s insights on AI earlier this year, predicting companies will focus on operationalizing AI in 2018. Almost half (48 percent) of banks believe that the use of AI will help them optimize their collection decisions, while 41 percent feel it will enable them to accurately predict consumer behavior. AI-powered analytics can improve automation in collections in many areas, from optimizing contact strategy settings to ensuring human agents make sophisticated decisions when restructuring debts or even calculating provision rates at an account level for IFRS 9... [Read More]

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