Having joined the unicorn club earlier this year, cybersecurity venture Snyk has added another $200m to its coffers in a new funding round.
Many RegTech ventures use artificial intelligence, but when they do it is essential that they do so in an ethical way.
While social distancing rules may be easing in some regions of the world, other countries are contemplating reinstating lockdowns. So what does that mean for RegTech companies?
Insurance companies looking to neglect their AI development in favour of business stability could see themselves “perish”, according to dacadoo president and CEO Peter Ohnemus.
Business stability is the priority for most businesses at the moment and you might think investing into R&D could impact the development of tools like AI. However, this might not explicitly be the case and AI could benefit from the situation.
There are signs that a second wave of coronavirus cases is on the way. So what will it mean for RegTech companies?
Currently business is not normal, but it might be fostering the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Travelling is often synonymous with finding oneself and not launching new businesses. However, an illness-ridden holiday led to the launch of Air Doctor, a travel InsurTech.
Big tech firms already control what people watch, buy and find online. Now, some of them are trying the waters of FinTech.
Robinhood pulled the plug on its UK expansion this week. Now, some fear that other FinTechs will also leave the nation.