In preparation for Digital Banking 2018, Penny Crosman, American Banker's Editor at Large and Digital Banking chairperson, will chat with some of the conference speakers about the future of digital banking.
In this podcast, Penny Crosman, American Banker's Editor at Large and Digital Banking chairperson, chats with Sid Probstein, Chief Technology Officer at AI Foundry about the future of digital banking.
Sid shares how technology is changing the way mortgages are done and the insights that can be dug out of mortgage data with the use of analytics. Listen in as they discuss how banks modernize mortgages, and the vast opportunities to do more with the data they collect in the process.
What the virtual assistant of the future will look like
USAA lets members bank with Alexa today, but in the future they may be banking off countertops and walls, says Chief Innovation Officer Zachary Gipson.
Cathy Bessant, chief operations and technology officer at Bank of America, offers her perspective on the best use cases for AI in banking and the many ethical considerations banks need to take into account as they deploy AI.
Trends That Will Affect Mobile Banking in 2018 and Beyond
How can banks go beyond being a utility and get to digital engagement? Javelin analyst Jacob Jegher shares several ideas.
Secrets of a Successful Challenger Bank.
Nicolas Kopp, US CEO of N26, a German challenger bank, talks about The Bank of the Futur
Designing Digital Banking Millennials Will Like.
Melissa Stevens, chief digital officer at Fifth Third, shares some of the efforts her bank has made to figure out what millennials want and build products around them.
Financial Supermarkets Are Dead. Long Live Niche Financial Startups.
In the first podcast, Daniel Kimerling, Founder, VC and Provocateur, sits down with American Banker editor at large Penny Crossman to talk about the next big things in digital banking. In the world of digital distribution, segmentation is the key, says Kimerling.