Israel’s largest bank has also partnered with another AI startup, AnyVision, to bring a real-world AI use-case to their customers. After partnering with the startup giving biometric access to bank accounts, customers won’t even need to visit a physical branch to open a new account. AnyVision utilizes AI to produce what it calls the “world’s leading recognition system” that can be used, or a variety of purposes. Haim Pinto, CTO of Bank Hapoalim added:
































































"Today we are witnessing the dawn of the AI revolution; we arrived here thanks to the evolution of software languages, innovation in storage technology and processing power . Combining this with new advances in mathematics means we are at the point where Artificial Intelligence and neural networks can support clients while they make daily decisions about how to spend or save their money."
































































Period24 Feb 2019

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  • AI
  • Face Recognition
  • Security
  • Banking