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Finn AI Launches Personal Banking Chatbot with BMO

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BMO launches AI-powered chatbots on Facebook and Twitter

The deployment of such technology is the latest move by a Canadian bank to beef up its digital capabilities as customers increasingly ...

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Banpro and Finn AI Release Spanish-Speaking Virtual Banking Assistant in Central America

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Payments Market Dynamics and Trends in Canada

One such service, which was the winner of the 2017 Payments Canada FinTech cup, is called Finn AI. The company has already partnered ...

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Former Twitter Executive Stephen Morse Joins Finn AI as Head of Global Strategic Accounts

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Five Canadian Artificial Intelligence (AI) Enabled Customer Interaction Solutions Vendors Named as IDC Innovators

The following Canadian solution providers were named as IDC Innovators: Element AI, finn.ai, Fluent.ai, Flybits, and Zoom.ai. IDC ...

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How Bots Are Making Banking Better

According to Jake Tyler, CEO at Finn AI, banks may benefit because their sustainably solvent customers will have more savings since ...

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The Dawn of Chatbots

"In an increasingly competitive digital marketplace for financial services, banks need to work through the chat and voice channels ...

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Taplytics, Finn AI, 7shifts, Sendwithus and Envisio Make SaaS Quick 25 List

M&A Advisory firm Cardin Partners released their 2017 Q3 SaaS Quick 25 list, with five Canadian companies making the cut: Taplytics, ...

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Finn AI uses AI to power virtual finance assistants

Co-founder and CEO Jake Tyler said the virtual assistant helps in three ways. By simplifying the banking interface they enable ...

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What U.S. banks can learn from global AI experiments

“It’s the first time that full featured functionality has been available" within Facebook Messenger, Tyler said. “We thought it was ...

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Fintech firms look to world markets for next transactions

"It's conceivable that by next year as much as 75 per cent of Finn AI's business will be done outside Canada," Jake Tyler adds.

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