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EU Commission to invest €20billion towards artificial intelligence

To prevent falling behind the United States and China, the European Commission reveals its plans to invest €20billion towards artificial intelligence
blockchain

HSBC performs ‘world’s first finance transaction using blockchain tech’

HSBC claims to be the "world's first commercially viable trade finance transaction using blockchain technology"
TSB

TSB contractors reveal rushed software tests

Two contractors working on Britain's TSB Bank computer systems say "rushed and inadequate testing and poor internal communication" is the reason for 1.9 million customers not being able to access their accounts
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Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discover to combine online payment options

Visa, Mastercard, American Express (Amex) and Discover make plans to combine their online payment options into a "single button", similar to PayPal's
Series

Applitools raises US$31million in Series C funding round

Visual app and software testing start-up Applitools reveals that it has raised US$31million in a Series C funding round
fintech

Fintech vs traditional finance from testers perspectives

Testers reveal how people implement fintech over traditional banking channels while touching upon DevOps and agile practices
banking

Automation Test Lead discusses software test automation in the banking sector

Software Testing News Journalist, Leah Alger, catches up with the Founder of Cordbyte Limited and Automation Test Lead at a Major UK Bank, Richard Owusu, to discuss his experience and approach in the banking sector
offshore

Report advises 3 factors to consider when negotiating offshore

A recent report says experience, business size and development methodologies need to be considered while negotiating offshore software development rates
blockchain

Google to develop blockchain-related product

To compete with start-ups, Alphabet Google develops a blockchain-related product
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Report finds 59% of IT professionals expect salary increase

New research from Robert Walters finds that 59% of IT professionals are expecting their salaries to rise in 2018

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