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AI competition begins – and the outcome might affect some regions more than others.
Generative AI is playing a major role in the revolution we’re living, but not all regions are equal.
50% of people can’t – a quiz that might help you discover more than you can imagine
The recent economic and financial downturn didn’t stop fintech, but innovation still faces troubles.
Recession in 2023? It’s very probable – but fintech reacts
AI brings many advantages to businesses across several industries, but concerns about the future of work arise.
Inflation Affects The Labor Market
US consumers seem to confirm bearish sentiment. But fintech has solutions – for people and businesses.
It’s the ninth time… But it looks like we’re close to an end – not of the crisis, unfortunately.
The collapse of several banks may affect the world, but some fintech sectors and AI show resilience – despite difficulties.
According to Paul Krugman and Joe Biden, we’re not witnessing the beginning of a new 2008. But we can’t avoid noticing some similarities.
Supporter, according to many. But despite opinions, artificial intelligence will change fintech and the future of work.
The crypto space always holds big surprises, and the combined action of regulators and inflation could be the beginning of a new era.
Fintech is facing hard times because of regulators and constant layoffs – but there is also positive news.
The intention of the country is to create a more secure environment for people, but regulators are maybe exaggerating – and missing opportunities.
The global economy is not at its best. But top fintech companies and startups do their best when they focus on people’s needs.
The crypto winter might not be the worst thing crypto enthusiasts have witnessed so far – and the whole fintech space is involved.
FinTech aims at solving problems businesses and people have to face in this modern world. More awareness is favoring fintech firms.
Even if some financial institutions showed positive results, everyone is aware that a new recession is coming.
Some fintech sectors confirm their strength, others show new trends, new investments make headlines – but some countries might suffer the recession.
It’s time to see if the predictions for 2022 were correct – and to analyze new trends for 2023.
But despite we’re going towards the end of 2022, fintech is still full of surprises and twists.
Do people really want fintech and cryptos? Or do they want traditional banks? Tough economic times might influence people’s preferences.
Fintech personalities and scandals seem to go hand in hand, but this doesn’t stop fintech firms – despite regulators.
Tough economic times require extraordinary measures, and joining forces can be a part of the solution.
Some file for bankruptcy, some face other legal issues. But there’s also good news – especially in the fintech space.
Shares fall and the collapse of FTX shows its domino effect – both on companies and, of course, customers.
Basically everything. Fintech is conquering all sorts of businesses and sectors, and in each case, it solves basic as well as dramatic problems.
Fintechs and institutions are focusing on businesses – to give them intuitive solutions, but also to make them fall within national regulations.
The three protagonists of the fintech space cover different roles, but they all want to reach some goals. Discover them.
During hard economic times, people need more services focused on financial health and building strong financial positions – fintech is here to help.
Is it about to come or is it already here? Regulators, institutions, businesses, and people react differently.
Sustainable finance and ESG are trends in the financial and tech spaces, but not all investors and regulators agree on their importance.
Fintech is having tough times, but its focus is on people particularly those more affected by the recession.
Thematic growth around renewable energy can be the hedge against inflation and all its consequences. But does everyone agree?
The consequences of The Merge and inclusivity issues in Southeast Asia may tell different stories.
Anonymity is the fame of the future, as John Boyle O’Reilly once said. But cooperation and data seem to be pivotal to our fame.
Some companies go up, some go down. The only certainty is that this crisis can be the starting point of new revolutions.
Fortunately, fintech can give people a way out – as long as it doesn’t rely on the easy returns of the past.
This is not the title of a new book, but a quick overlook on how Fed can affect people and fintech – among other stories.
From a new working approach to a stronger focus on emerging markets and businesses, it looks like we’re living the dawn of a new era.
Fintech follows Fuller's principle: the sector is making existing models obsolete by improving them and including more people than you can imagine.
And it looks like Jack Ma doesn’t get going. But the fintech space is so varied that it’s able to include many contradictions.
Is Jeremy Almond right? His words are a wave of optimism. Despite these challenging economic times, fintech supporters should be proud of the world they’re creating.
Do robots need humans? Or is it the other way around? AI seems not the only thing that goes against expectations in the fintech space.