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Artificial Intelligence using Cloud for Banking

 
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Hi Noah,

How Pragmatic AI will help us to perform machine learning for core banking on cloud for large volume of data.

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Ninad Kulkarni
 
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What is "core banking"?
 
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One particular way to handle things in a pragmatic manner would be to leverage "by the book" recommendations from a Cloud provider:  AWS, Azure, GCP.  Use their recommended tools and workflows to create a cloud-native architecture that can work with an existing banking architecture.  A good example would be to read through some of the AWS whitepapers:  https://aws.amazon.com/whitepapers/, then apply that thinking to creating AI solutions for banking.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:What is "core banking"?


Core banking is where data is coming from all sources like POS transaction / ATM transaction / Internet Banking / Mobile Transaction etc. We will have huge volume of transactions and processing large data on Big Data using Cloud
 
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Noah Gift wrote:One particular way to handle things in a pragmatic manner would be to leverage "by the book" recommendations from a Cloud provider:  AWS, Azure, GCP.  Use their recommended tools and workflows to create a cloud-native architecture that can work with an existing banking architecture.  A good example would be to read through some of the AWS whitepapers:  https://aws.amazon.com/whitepapers/, then apply that thinking to creating AI solutions for banking.


Thanks Noah for information
 
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