For some time, Artificial Intelligence has entered our regular technology vernacular with continuous references and frequent mentions. Back in the 90s when tech thinkers were still speculating whether a machine can imitate rational human perception, we had no idea that in just two decades down the line this would be a massive reality. Whether machine can be a complete thinking being in the way humans are is still an unanswered question, but as for machines ability to adapt to user behaviour and preference, we have already have our answer.

Yes, Artificial Intelligence is now not only just a reality of our digital life, but it also represents the next frontier for many of our digital interactions in the time to come, most notably mobility and mobile apps. Thanks to enhanced capability of advanced mobile device sensors to procure user data, mobile apps are more equipped to address user situations and contexts.

While AI will continue to become stronger with more advanced data analytics and device capability, its implication will be huge on industries and niches where efficiency and security are two of the most important considerations. Obviously, finance and banking apps are supposed to be the biggest beneficiaries of Artificial Intelligence. In countries where mobile apps still have not penetrated deeper into the banking and finance sector, it opens up a whole new opportunity.

 

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