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Innovation

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This summer, approximately 400 children and teens between the ages of 9 and 17 enjoyed BBVA’s cybersafe Fridays. The bank held a series of different workshops to raise awareness and educate employee families about how to use technology and social networks safely.

BBVA has a global program designed to create personalized, data-driven experiences to cater for the individual saving needs of its customers, either through recommendations, advice or proactive steps. After launching this kind of solution in Spain and Mexico, BBVA is now working to bring this program to the other countries in which it operates.

After coming back from summer vacation, the back-to-school shopping preparations get underway. We frequently choose to buy school materials online in order to save time and money. Consequently, we should familiarize ourselves with security measures to be sure we are making our back-to-school purchases with trusted ecommerce sites and protecting our personal data.

Antonio Macías (Madrid,1973) is Head of Payment Methods, Digital Transformation at BBVA Spain. Previously, he has been Head of Payment Method Strategy and Transformation.

Nowadays, a small business, in addition to offering a quality product, needs to have at its disposal the best solutions for the day-to-day. The department led by Antonio Macías works to offer solutions that enable businesses to adapt to consumers who have evolved in the way that they come into contact with a business and in the way they pay for their purchases.

Many organizations now process huge amounts of data using artificial intelligence. So it is crucial to find ways to prevent unfair biases. New research by BBVA and the Universidad de Barcelona (UB) tries to achieve this with a model that automatically sorts more than 600 superheroes as “good” or “evil” while disregarding traits like gender or race.