Big Data Analytics Solutions | Financial Services in India |Decimal Point Analysis
Image 29 July 2019
Image
 
Image

Finance

AI Helps in Translating Financial Documents

Lingua Custodia is a company that uses AI to translate financial documents. It was founded by former asset management professionals to solve the translation issues they experienced. The firm offers three levels of services, all accessible via a secure web platform: 1) A range of machine translation engines specialised by document type (fund prospectuses, annual reports, equity research, etc.). 2) Customised machine translation engines which learn from the specific vocabulary used by a financial institution and personalise its translations. 3) An innovative approach combining both artificial and human intelligence to deliver finalised, ready to use translations. Read More

Image
Image

Healthcare

AI Predicts Long-Term Mortality from Chest X-Ray Data

Researchers have developed an AI-powered tool that can harvest information in chest X-rays to predict long-term mortality. The findings of this study could help to identify patients most likely to benefit from screening and preventive medicine for heart disease, lung cancer and other conditions. The researchers developed a convolutional neural network - an AI tool for analysing visual information - called CXR-risk. CXR-risk can provide information that predicts long-term mortality, independent of radiologists' readings of the x-rays and other factors, such as age and smoking status. Read More

Image
Image

Healthcare

AI-Based Model to Help Detect Sleep Apnea

An international research team led by the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology has developed an innovative, AI-based software called OxyDOSA to detect obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The technology developed is based on data and biomarkers obtained from 887 subjects from the general adult population in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The data included information about several factors, including oxygen saturation levels of the patients during sleep, demographic information (such as age, height, and weight) and anthropometric information such as neck dimension. After sifting through the information, the system was able to successfully identify all the clinical cases of medium or severe OSA. Read More

Image
Image

Coding

An AI-Powered Autocompletion Software

A computer scientist from the University of Waterloo in Canada has developed a coding autocompleter called Deep TabNine. Programmers can install it as an add-on in their editor of choice, and when they start writing, it’ll suggest how to continue each line. The software uses a deep learning text-generation algorithm called GPT-2, which was designed by the research lab OpenAI. Most autocompleters have to parse what the user has already written to make suggestions. Deep TabNine, by comparison, relies on the ability of machine learning to find statistical patterns in data to make better suggestions. Read More

Image
Image

Disaster Management

AI to Help Predict Volcanic Eruptions

Researchers from the Technical University of Berlin and the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam have developed a new volcano monitoring platform that analyses satellite images using AI. The team behind MOUNT (Monitoring Unrest from Space) tried to build a warning system with less false positives by integrating multiple sets of diverse data types for comprehensive monitoring of volcanoes. In the system, deformation detection is performed using AI, which recovers filtered phase gradients in wrapped geocoded interferograms. The system currently monitors 17 volcanoes worldwide including the Popocatépetl in Mexico and Etna in Italy. Read More

Image
Image

Road Safety

AI to Predict Dangers on Roads

In Detroit, Michigan, sensors have been installed on traffic signals at intersections. They include heat and motion sensors, plus cameras. Computers use the data to predict when vehicles will for example, run red lights. They can provide a warning to a person in the vehicle and say to a pedestrian or a scooter in the area that there is going to be a potential safety issue there. The computers have become quite accurate at predicting what will happen. Read More

Image
Image

“Quantum Computing, a revolution in technology, has shown great promise towards solving complex computing problems currently outside the capabilities of current computers. Though in its infancy, we at Decimal Point Analytics strongly believe that it is going to grow exponentially in the near future. It holds the potential not only to boost the AI revolution but also transform the way data is synthesized. The articles on Quantum computing will give an insight into the recent developments in this space.”

 
Image

Quantum Computing

Researchers Built A Super-Fast Quantum Computer that’s 200 Times Faster Than Ever!

Australian scientists at the University of New South Wales have developed a super-fast quantum computer that can efficiently solve complex problems at a rate that’s 200 times faster. The research for the computer is being led by Michelle Simmons and her team who have developed a first and fastest ever two-qubit gate between phosphorus donor electrons in Silicon. This extremely small logic gate managed to complete an entire computer operation in just 0.8 seconds which is 200 times faster than other spin-based two-qubit gates. This two-qubit gate developed by the researchers is a fundamental building block of a scalable, silicon-based quantum computer. Read More

Image
Image

Decimal Point Analytics Pvt Ltd does not make any recommendation, solicitation, or offer for any securities and is not responsible for suitability of any securities for any purpose, investment or otherwise. It is the sole responsibility of the client, as a professional organization, to exercise professional due diligence in ensuring suitability of investment and ensuring that when the client publishes a part or full report under its own brand, the legal requirements for distribution of such material are complied with in all the jurisdiction in which it is published. Decimal Point Analytics Pvt. Ltd. shall not be responsible for any loss suffered by the user. The returns indicated, including future projections, in any investment report prepared by Decimal Point Analytics Pvt Ltd are not guaranteed in any manner and may not be achieved.

India :

5A, B-Wing, Trade Star Building, J. B. Nagar, Andheri-Kurla Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400 059, Maharashtra, India
+91 22 30015200
info@decimalpointanalytics.com

United Kingdom:

1st Floor, 99, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3XD, United Kingdom

+ 44 20 3286 1998
info@decimalpointanalytics.com

USA:

17 State Street, Suite 4000, New York, NY 10004 U.S.A

+1 (917) 341 3218
info@decimalpointanalytics.com

www.decimalpointanalytics.com

×

Decimal Point Analytics (DPA) will process the information in this form to share information as requested. By checking the above box you confirm your acceptance to receive the communication. You can unsubscribe any time by clicking the ‘Unsubscribe’ link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at

We use cookies to measure website performance, provide social media features and personalize content.
Close this dialog to confirm you are happy with that, or find out more in the privacy statement.