Steve Shillingford, Founder and CEO of DeepSee, and Garrett Clark discuss global banks and their slow adoption of tech in their business. They also discuss DeepSee's recent involvement with JP Morgan and its journey of helping big financial institutions make more intelligent decisions by processing large scale information.
According to Steve's biography on DeepSee.ai, Steve Shillingford is the current President and CEO of DeepSee.ai and is the creator of the Knowledge Process Automation industry category, which delivers AI-powered automation and productivity via easy to deploy, cloud-based business flows for critical business operations in the Capital Markets and Insurance verticals. Steve has led enterprises build cloud-scale platforms that support millions of users and billions of transactions. Steve also helped found the first cybersecurity platform for big data analytics supporting massive network surveillance systems for a range of sectors from intelligence agencies to Fortune 500 companies.
DeepSee was founded in 2019 and is primarily focused on using AI to tackle high-value problems and future-proofing organizations. The AI can help reduce costs by automating manual processes, mitigate risk by eliminating errors and improve transparency, and increase revenue by illustrating valuable insights and revenue-generating opportunities.
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