The artificial intelligence (AI) market in the BFSI sector records a growth of 32.97 billion dollars between 2021 and 2026; Great opportunities with Alphabet Inc. and Inc. – Tecnavio

NEW YORK, October 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The size of the artificial intelligence (AI) market in the BFSI industry is set to grow 32.97 billion dollars between 2021 and 2026, with a CAGR of 36.68%. According to Technavio, the market is fragmented and the degree of fragmentation will accelerate during the forecast period. … Read more

The payment app Zelle has a growing fraud problem, the Senate report finds

Incidents of fraud and scams are increasingly occurring on the popular peer-to-peer payment service Zelle, according to a report released Monday by the sen’s office. Elizabeth Warren, giving the audience a first glimpse of Zelle’s growing problems. The report also found that large banks that partly own Zelle have been reluctant to compensate customers who … Read more

Bo Nickal isn’t buying the hype around Khamzat Chimaev: “Everyone thinks he’s untouchable and I know he’s not”

Bo Nickal has only three fights in his career as a professional fighter and has already become one of the most talked about athletes on the entire UFC roster. Part of that comes from his pedigree as a three-time NCAA champion wrestler, and then there are the jaw-dropping statistics, having wiped out his top three … Read more

American Express “Member Week” savings

American Express will soon be launching its second annual “Members Week” and there are many potential offers to be made. From October 10am to 2pm, personal and corporate American Express cardholders will be able to take advantage of a variety of unique experiences and offers, ranging from savings on travel and meals to access to … Read more

Schneider Electric transforms teaching and learning through edge computing – Manila Bulletin

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a fundamental impact on the education sector, from the delivery of lessons to the skills updating needs of both teachers and students. However, what began as the need to provide quality education amid tight COVID-19 policies like quarantines and lockdowns is now moving towards the demands of the “next normal”. … Read more

Confident Philadelphia Phillies win, securing post-season top spot in 11 years

HOUSTON – When the Philadelphia Phillies fired manager Joe Girardi after a 22-29 season start, it was hard to imagine Bryce Harper, Kyle Schwarber and interim manager Rob Thomson would dance under a champagne shower in October. But this team persevered during the tough start and injury that took Harper out for two months to … Read more

100 years of innovation and inventions – The South African Vice-Chancellor reflects on the future

We live in a world characterized by inequality, poverty, economic volatility, globalization, climate change and ambiguity. in my country, South Africaresidents face socio-economic and political instability, electricity and water cuts, homelessness, unethical governance, and poor or no service provision. It is far from what the country could be if we put its best talents and … Read more

Focusing on “green gold”: the WA mine uses solar, wind and battery energy to reach 100% renewable energy

Bellevue Gold aims to become Australia’s first publicly traded gold miner to generate net zero emissions, claiming it will sell its “green gold” at a premium by reducing energy costs with renewable energy. Bellevue announced on Monday that it has signed an agreement with sustainable distributed energy supplier Energy Developments Pty Ltd (EDL) for an … Read more

UK Truss tax cuts have been likened to “Reaganomics”. But there are differences

British Prime Minister Liz Truss, who took office in September, has announced an extensive program of economic reforms. David Dee Delgado | Reuters drastic tax cuts Truss is a staunch supporter of a number of central Reaganomics themes and is a co-author of a book, along with other Conservative MPs, lamenting Britain’s weak productivity and … Read more