bunq, the second largest neobank in the EU, founded in 2012 by Ali Niknam. From its inception, bunq set out to challenge what banking is and can do. By pioneering innovations, bunq has implemented AI usage for transaction monitoring with Deeploy’s platform and tailored explainability method.
An all too common scenario for individuals or corporations: products or services are being purchased or rented, but invoices go unpaid for many reasons. The majority of these cases are settled after a simple payment reminder, but a large portion remains unpaid. An uncomfortable situation for all parties. Especially aggravating to the debtor, for whom uncertainty over future payments starts to build. Leading them to the last-ditch effort for many corporations: hiring a debt collection agency.
The importance of AI is increasing in almost every industry. In the mental healthcare industry, AI has the potential to make care more personalized and need-driven. However, discussions in research- and policy communities show that it is increasingly important that a developed decision-making AI system is understandable for both developers of AI systems, its users and people that are subjected to an AI-enabled decision.
Fabric manufacturers all over the world face the same fundamental challenge – how to produce as many products with as little as possible resources. In that regard, Vlisco, a Dutch manufacturer of luxury (clothing) fabrics focusing on the high-income market in Africa, is no exception. Challenged by shrinking margins across the industry while preserving consistently the highest quality of production, remains the core of Vlisco’s business.
Deeploy supported Independer in future-proofing their AI organization, focusing on the control and manageability of their AI models, and compliance with (new) AI regulations. Human feedback loops and explainability play a key role, both internally and to consumers.