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DeepLearni.ng’s Stephen Piron, left, and University of Waterloo co-op student Tristan Monger at the company’s Toronto office. (DeepLearni.ng)
DeepLearni.ng’s Stephen Piron, left, and University of Waterloo co-op student Tristan Monger at the company’s Toronto office. (DeepLearni.ng)

Scotiabank teams up with Toronto AI startup DeepLearni.ng to collect debts Add to ...

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When Bank of Nova Scotia customers miss a credit card payment, an artificial intelligence system is shaping how the bank tries to get its money.

The system, which was completed in December, is the result of a partnership between the bank and DeepLearni.ng, a Toronto-based AI startup.

It analyzes the individual customer’s past behaviour, as well as the bank’s large data set around credit card collections, looking for connections.

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