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What Women in Technology means for Laura Hutton

7th of March 2018 - quantexa
By Laura Hutton – Wife and mother, mathematician and Fintech-founder What troubles me, when I think about gender parity within sciences and technology is how little seems to have changed in my lifetime. From the age of 4 until 18, I attended an all-girls school and my passion for mathematics was clear from the beginning. […] more

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A decade on, banks still haven't learnt from the Kerviel fraud case

7th of March 2018 - Jade Thomas
This month marks a decade since Jérôme Kerviel was taken into custody accused of perpetrating the biggest financial fraud case in history. As a trader at Société Générale, Kerviel carried out unauthorised trades to a reported value of €49.9bn. Just five days after the bank released details of Kerviel’s illicit activity, the market had experienced […] more

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Quantexa Hackathon 2018

26th of January 2018 - quantexa
Quantexa Hackathon: 10 participants, 29 tasks, £7,000 worth of prizes Quantexa ran a hackathon over Christmas – an optional event if employees became tired of the festivities and overindulging! Our rules: create something that is fun and interesting and will deliver value to our customers. The tasks were focused on the following: Artificial Intelligence (AI)/machine […] more

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The Natural Genius or The Taught Expert: What’s the right AI approach?

19th of July 2017 - quantexa
In a world of digitisation and self-service channels, the shrewd organisations are racing towards headcount and cost reduction to create competitive advantage – potentially signalling the end of the white-collar worker. A small industry of consultancies armed with Robotic Process Automation (RPA)software are turning up at Bricks and Mortar businesses promising huge headcount reductions. In a […] more
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