Binah.ai was just named first among the top 10 finalists at Israel’s FinTech Junction event. FinTech Junction is Israel’s largest financial technology innovation conference, with more than 1,500 participants from 25 countries.
With its unique approach to augmented data analytics, Binah.ai provides actionable answers to critical business challenges. Its virtual data science platform combines signal processing and machine learning, accelerating the path from data to insights with best-in-class models in terms of accuracy, performance and stability.
Binah.ai delivers on the promise of the AI revolution by making data science accessible to everyone across the organization with out-of-the-box use cases specially tuned to addressed common financial industry challenges.
The contest was sponsored by Bank Leumi, Visa, Menora Mivtachim, H-F & Co. Law Offices, and Deloitte. Judges were Daniel Bahar, Principal, Investment Team, iAngels; Shahar Friedman, Head of Visa Innovation Studio in Tel-Aviv; Orly Stern Izhaki, CDO – Head of Digital & Innovation at Menora Mivtachim Insurance; Yuval Oren, Partner, H-F & Co.; Micha Motlis, Innovation Manager at Bank Leumi; David Feldman, FinTech Domain Manager, Innovation Tech Terminal, Deloitte Israel; and Lior Weizman, Head of Global Technology Partnerships, Deloitte Israel.
“Binah’s technology is the first to deliver highly specific use cases providing actionable answers to the financial industry’s biggest challenges like churn, loan risk, foreign currency transactions, all backed by proven data science,” said David Maman, CEO, CTO & Founder of Binah.ai. “Developing this tech was a daunting task that was only possible because of our dedicated team, and I sincerely appreciate this recognition on their behalf.”
FinTech Junction 2018, held Sunday, June 24, 2018, covered the latest and hottest trends shaping the future of financial services, including: cryptocurrencies & ICOs, open banking, mobile banking, regulation, cybersecurity, AI, P2P platforms. The event was put together by People & Computers, Israel’s leading tech media outlet and conference organizer.