As with so many other aspects of life, 2016 was a strange year for technology, more likely to be remembered for what went wrong than for great innovation. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 exploded, GoPro recalled its Karma drone after some started falling out of the sky and rampaging Pokémon Go players caused havoc.
Algorithms are a key factor in successful companies. Decision-making is based on data. Scientist Esteban Moro explains the advantages to businesses and users of employing mathematical methods to interpret behavior patterns.
How should machines learn to make the most out of the data they handle? Based on how scientists answer this question, they can be grouped into five tribes. They all see themselves capable of finding a master algorithm capable of discovering knowledge from data, with huge implications for everything we do.
Blockchain technology is presented as a veritable revolution, which is going to have an impact comparable to the Internet. Alicia Pertusa, head of Digital Transformation in Investment Banking for BBVA and Carlos Kuchkovsky, CTO of New Digital Business for BBVA, discuss in this conversation the point at which this technology is at, its advantages and the barriers that still have to be overcome.
Europe must press forward even more urgently with its key financial reforms to face current challenges with more resilience, said BBVA’s Executive Board Director José Manuel González-Páramo this morning at a conference in Rome.
One by one, the visitors are led into a brightly lit observation room at BBVA Compass Plaza in Houston. Their mission? To try to poke holes in the bank’s award-winning digital offerings.
BBVA once again anticipates the needs of clients and non-clients with the launch of BBVA Trader, a platform 100% designed and devoted to trading. On this website, the users most active in monitoring and market operations can find all the services and contents they are looking for in a trading platform.