AI implementation in AML processes in just five steps

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The Bangkok Post

New money laundering techniques force companies to ramp up security measures. But, how to keep up while meeting tight regulations and reducing costs and workload? Just add one additional module to your existing processes – an AI module. Our infographic below shows a simplified view on the challenges that you might face. While some phases of the AI module project are straightforward, others, like data training and testing, go back and forth, and you will need to spend extra time on them. Artificial Intelligence implementation – a simplified graph 1. Start off strong The more meticulous and meth… Read More “AI implementation in AML processes in just five steps”

Smash Summit 12 invites prove a new Melee meta is on the horizon

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Inven Global

Smash Summit is one of Melee most’s watched events of the year. In addition to featuring the best Melee talent in the World, Beyond the Summit’s signature event uniquely channels the chill of a friendly kick-back with side events and the notorious Mafia matches after hours. It’s the sitcom staple of Melee heads. As Smash Summit 12’s Decem 9-12th start day grows nearer, the final list of invited players has been confirmed. 11 invited and qualified players at Smash Summit 12Hungrybox – JigglypuffPipsqueak – FoxWizzrobe – Captain FalconSFAT – FoxiBDW – FoxKoDoRiN – MarthGinger – FalcoaMSa … Read More “Smash Summit 12 invites prove a new Melee meta is on the horizon”

Supply Chain Issues Are Causing Cream Cheese Shortages

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InsideHook

By Tobias Carroll As the weather grows colder, the idea of a hearty breakfast starts to sound more and more compelling. It’s not hard to see the appeal of a well-made bagel, served toasted and with a hearty portion of cream cheese. (I’m starting to crave one just typing this, to be honest.) But there’s a slight complication that has bagel stores and bagel connoisseurs alike feeling no small amount of concern. Specifically, the supply chain shortages that are complicating various elements of life have now set their sights on cream cheese. What’s at the root of this? A new article by Victoria Be… Read More “Supply Chain Issues Are Causing Cream Cheese Shortages”

Omicron, inflation top market concerns

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Philippine Star

Iris Gonzales – The Philippine Star December 6, 2021 | 12:00am MANILA, Philippines — Much like the rest of Asian bourses, jitters over the Omicron variant spooked the local stock market last week, driving a massive selloff. But as investors digested the news on the discovery of the new COVID variant, bargain hunters took over and lifted the market above the 7,000 territory again. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) plunged by as much as 350 points before slightly recovering, ending lower by 233 points or 3.07 percent week-on-week. “The Omicron variant sent waves of panic across the glob… Read More “Omicron, inflation top market concerns”

TikTok lets users tip artists directly

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BANG Showbiz English

TikTok now lets users directly tip artists. The short-form video platform has officially launched its ‘Creator Next’ toolset to allow users to give back to their favourite creators directly, as well as allowing creators themselves to monetise their content. The toolset features the platform’s first tipping function, allowing artists to receive tips directly from followers while keeping the entire amount of money sent to them. In order to receive payments, creators will need to sign up to Irish-American financial company Stripe, which is where they will be able to manage their earnings. ‘Creato… Read More “TikTok lets users tip artists directly”

Erdogan discusses humanitarian aid with Red Crescent, Red Cross

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Azer News

By Trend Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed humanitarian aid activities with the President of Turkish Red Crescent Kerem Kinik and Secretary-General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Jagan Chapagain in Istanbul, Trend reports citing Daily Sabah. Humanitarian aid activities for refugees, especially Syrians in Turkey and surrounding countries, and work carried out to make Istanbul the logistics base of the humanitarian aid World were discussed, according to the Presidential Communications Directorate. Erdogan said the IFRC and the intern… Read More “Erdogan discusses humanitarian aid with Red Crescent, Red Cross”

Great number of EU, NATO countries interested in Turkish drones – Cavushoglu

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Azer News

By Trend A huge number of European Union and NATO countries are interested in Turkish drones as well as the country’s defense industry in general, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavushoglu said on Saturday, not indicating which the specific countries were, Trend reports citing Daily Sabah. Speaking at the Global Strategies in Defense and Aerospace Industry Conference in the Antalya province, Cavushoglu said that several ministers and high-level officials praised the Turkish defense industry during his talks in Riga on the sidelines of the NATO foreign ministers’ meeting. The foreign minister also ind… Read More “Great number of EU, NATO countries interested in Turkish drones – Cavushoglu”

‘Metaverse’ hype fuels booming digital property market

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Relaxnews

The idea of spending millions on non-existent land may sound ludicrous — but feverish predictions of a virtual reality future are pushing investors to bet big on digital real estate. This week, New York-based company Republic Realm announced it had spent a record-breaking $4.3 million on digital land through The Sandbox, one of several “virtual World” websites where people can socialise, play games and even attend concerts. That came hot on the heels of a $2.4-million land purchase in late November on a rival platform, Decentraland, by Canadian crypto company Tokens.com. And days before that,… Read More “‘Metaverse’ hype fuels booming digital property market”