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China’s AI unicorn Yitu raised eyebrows when its image recognition technology was seen tracking down a burglar on busy Chinese streets in a matter of minutes.Called Dragonfly Eye, the startup’s security AI is “widely applied to public security systems in many provinces in China,” according to its website.It has the best universities and research institutes in Asia,” says the lab’s R director Zhang Zhenjie, who was born in Yitu’s home city, Shanghai.He also cites how the government and companies in the city-state “are very open to new technologies, especially artificial intelligence,” so they’re willing to try something new “to enhance their efficiency and productivity.”Yitu also has a Singapore office for overseas business expansion, which opened alongside the research lab in early 2018, but Zhang is very much focused on the geeky side of things.The seven-year-old firm – valued at US$3 billion after raising US$355 million from investors – has 400 R staffers in its Shanghai headquarters, to say nothing of other facilities scattered across China.
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While we’re often being told that a cashless society is just around the corner, PayPal has been busy prepping a new service that’ll let anyone with a PayPal account to withdraw and deposit paper money at any Walmart across the U.S.It marks the first time for PayPal users to have the ability to withdraw cash from their account in a brick-and-mortar environment, as well as load cash into their account, the payment giant said on Thursday.To use the new service, which will be available at all Walmarts in the U.S. by early November, you’ll need either the PayPal mobile app or a PayPal Cash Mastercard, which is basically a PayPal-linked debit card.The cash withdrawals and deposits can be made at the store’s service desks, ATMs, or cash registers.Well, each transaction will cost you $3, a not insignificant amount that will certainly add up over time if you do it regularly.While the new service may come in handy as a last resort, or for those with limited or no access to banking services, shoppers may want to save paying out those fees by considering other cash withdrawal options, if available.
Reduced kontantanvändning has advantages – the electronic payments reduces the risk of robbery, hindering money laundering and is also generally more effective than physical payments.It occurs to the committee on behalf of the government look over the monetary policy stuck in a mid-term report just about how the ongoing development towards a cashless society should be handled.But at the same time there is the reason that the development will not run away.It should not go faster ”than the state in a democratic order and with a sufficient information to take a position what method of payment should be available in the future, in particular as regards the means of payment provided by the Riksbank,” writes the committee in the subreport.to make sure that there is still access to cash services, the banks should take greater responsibility, the committee feels that proposes that the largest banks should be required to provide reasonable access to cash withdrawals.the Definition of ”reasonable” is set to a maximum of around 120 000 people will need to be longer than 25 kilometers to a place where it is possible to take cash out and put into dagskassor.
the Parliamentary committee believes that the parliament and the government must take an active position of cash in the society.Banks that have deposits from the general public in over 70 billion and offer payment accounts shall be required to provide cash withdrawals and dagkassehantering across the country.This writes the parliamentary compound riksbankskommittén on DN Debate.”this Money can not be allowed to be settled by private actors,” writes the committee members, who come from all over the political spectrum.They argue that the parliament and the government must take an active stance to kontanternas role in a longer time frame first.the Cash disappears too fast in Sweden, and we distinguish ourselves in an international perspective with respect to how a little bit of cash circulating in the society, meps believe that the development mainly been driven by the major banks.
Some users in the UK and other parts of Europe are experiencing problems paying for purchases with Visa cards for several hours now, as first spotted by Bloomberg today.It turns out Visa is experiencing a network failure, with the company now saying it’s investigating the issue.The company also confirmed on Twitter that there’s a service disruption in Europe.The outage has caused several banks — including the Royal Bank of Scotland and the Bank of Ireland — to issue statements addressing the issue, noting alternative methods of payment that still work, like cash withdrawals through the ATM and Mastercard transactions.Still, in some places, Visa cards are working fine.We are currently experiencing a service disruption which is preventing some Visa transactions in Europe from being processed.
The incident may have been orchestrated by organised criminals, says Mexico’s central bankCyber-thieves have made off with hundreds of millions of pesos from Mexican banks using the country’s domestic electronic transfer system.The attack is similar to earlier ones that have used the international SWIFT network, prompting the Belgium-based organisation to bring in new security measures.Like the SWIFT attacks, those using Mexico’s SPEI interbank transfer system did not compromise the core network itself, instead manipulating the systems banks use to interact with it.Criminals created counterfeit orders that transferred amounts ranging from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of pesos (the equivalent of hundreds to thousands of pounds) to fake accounts in other banks.They they emptied those accounts in cash withdrawals in dozens of branch offices, Reuters reported, citing two sources close to a government investigation.
Under the nom de guerre of Redrock Biometrics, the company’s technology is waging war on the world’s legions of identification cards, pin numbers, passwords, and voice identification technologies with a combination of off-the-shelf hardware and proprietary software to identify palm-prints to verify user identity.Redrock Biometrics’ chairman, Lenny Kontsevich, said that the company sees broad applications in authenticating payments in virtual worlds, physical security, and cash withdrawals among other transactions.“It has a rich structure and can be captured by any camera touchlessly.”After Kontsevich worked with the startup Kaching!, the graduate of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology went to the lab to demonstrate (using only existing database technology) the matching software algorithms between palm prints and their unique signatures that would become the basis for Redrock Biometrics.The two absconded from Leap Motion in 2015 and founded Redrock biometrics on the basis of Kontsevich’s work and Hua Yang’s background in machine learning and visualization.Redrock’s technology converts a palm image into a unique signature and authenticates the user in 10- to 100-milliseconds depending on CPU speed, according to a statement.
Last March, Wells Fargo announced that iPhone and Android users would be able to use ATMs without having a bank card on them.In its original implementation, users were required to download a Wells Fargo mobile app that provided them with a one-time 8-digit token that, taken together with a user’s pin number, allowed them initiate a varied number of transactions, including cash withdrawals.Clearly, the implementation above is a bit cumbersome, so Wells Fargo today announced an even more streamlined process for users keen on using an ATM without having to have a card on them at all times.According to a press release issued today, Wells Fargo customers can now initiate ATM transactions without having to bother with the Wells Fargo app.Instead, users can simply locate NFC-equipped Wells Fargo ATM terminals — evidenced via a specialized decal — take out their smartphone, enter their pin number, and proceed as normal.“This spring’s launch of one-time access code technology at all Wells Fargo ATMs has resulted in nearly three million card-free ATM access code transactions,” the press release reads in part.
An elaborate ATM hacking campaign that targeted several banks in the Eastern Europe and Russian region earlier in the year, saw an unknown hacker group steal and estimated $40m (£30m).The hackers withdrew large sums of money from targeted banks' ATM machines, located in countries outside the banks' originating country.According to security experts at Trustwave, who investigated the attacks, the cybercriminals recruited "mules" to physically visit the targeted banks and open up new accounts and demand that they be issued debit cards with their new accounts.Once all the cards had been distributed, hackers, who had meanwhile already breached the banks' networks "accessed the bank's internal systems and manipulated the debit cards' features to enable a high overdraft level and removed anti-fraud controls that had been placed for the specific accounts."Cash withdrawals across the region began within minutes of the first OD property change made to the debit cards on the card management application," Trustwave security experts Thanassis Diogos and Sachin Deodhar said in a report.The hackers managed to make away with upto $10m from each targeted bank.
LONDON — Startup bank Monzo is doing away with one of its most popular features — unlimited free ATM withdrawals overseas.The company, which offers a prepaid money card and is rolling out current accounts, is asking its customers to choose the best new charging option for ATM fees abroad, saying its existing policy has become simply too costly to continue."This seems to be a result of a combination of factors, including people using their Monzo cards more frequently, increased awareness of the free cash withdrawals we’ve offered, and people signing up specifically to use the Monzo card abroad," Tristan Thomas, Monzo's head of marketing and community, wrote in a blog post this week.I have recommended Monzo to friends and family to use when traveling abroad thanks to its free ATM withdrawals and good rates.(I also included it in a roundup last year of fintech products that can help you save money when traveling.)Spending on cards while abroad, online sales in foreign currencies, and UK ATM withdrawals will all still remain free, Monzo says.
There's scarcely been a better time for your broadband contract to come to an end than the last few weeks.Promotions from TalkTalk and Plusnet, as well as BT's Black Friday 2016 prices offer, have meant brilliant broadband deals for all.And now Sky broadband is joining the fun.Already offering one of the very cheapest standard broadband tariffs - a mere £18.99 per month including phone line - it's now throwing in pre-paid cash cards to the sum of £75.Available to spend anywhere that Mastercard is accepted, the offer takes the effective price of the broadband to a teeny £172.83 over 12 months.That's unbeatable at the moment.
Since midnight have customers with Mastercardkort linked to Swedbank had a problem with payments, reports the Expressen.Now works most of the purchases in the store, but it is still a problem with cash withdrawals and online payment.the Bank has located the error in a database and are now working to solve the problem.There is no reliable forecast of when the error can be corrected, but it is believed to take a few hours.– It is moving forward but slowly, " says Claes Warrén, press contact at Swedbank, TT.Have you been affected by problems because of the incident you can contact the bank and make a complaint, and may receive compensation from the bank.
Barclays is trialling smartphone cash withdrawals.The UK's first contactless mobile cash service will allow the bank's customers to withdraw up to £100 in-branch, with just a tap of their Android smartphone or contactless debit card.The technology offers an alternative to traditional cash withdrawals from specially outfitted ATM machines.The service is initially being piloted in the North before rolling out to over 180 Barclays branches in the New Year.Barclays customers with an Android smartphone or contactless debit card would need to tap their phone/card against the contactless reader before entering their PIN on the machine and withdrawing their cash as normal.The Contactless Cash functionality will only be available on NFC-enabled Android devices that have downloaded the latest version of Barclays Mobile Banking.
Barclays is rolling out contactless cash withdrawals across the UK, becoming the first British bank to allow customers to withdraw money without inserting their bank cards.Customers will be able to take out up to £100 at in-branch cash machines just by tapping their Android smartphones or contactless debit cards, Barclays has announced.Smartphone users will enter their PIN into their phones before the withdrawals, while card customers will enter the PIN after tapping in.The feature is being piloted in Northern England before it is rolled out to 600 cash machines across 180 Barclays branches across the UK by the end of January 2017.It follows in the steps of Bank of America, which launched contactless withdrawals using Android phones earlier this year.Barclays said the new feature is actually more secure than traditional withdrawals, removing the risk of magnetic card skimming and distraction fraud – where customers are watched as they put in their PIN and then distracted as their card is swapped for a fake.
The system lets users tap an NFC-equipped Android device or contactless card to receive cash on in-branch machinesBarclays has begun trialling a system that will allow consumers to withdraw cash from branches using a NFC-enabled Android smartphone or contactless card.The service is being tested in the North of England before a planned rollout to 600 machines at more than 180 branches in the new year.The trials arrive amidst a sharp rise in contactless payments in the UK over the past year and broad use of mobile devices to bank.Users will be able to tap the card or device and then complete the transaction on the machine, entering their PIN and the amount required.Alternatively they can enter the amount and PIN on their Barclays app, then simply tap it on the machine to receive the cash.
Barclays customers are able to trigger cash withdrawals via an appBarclays is trialling new cash machines that allow customers to make withdrawals via their smartphones.The facility is limited to Android handsets, which trigger the money's release via a "contactless" NFC near-field communication transmission.The bank suggests the facility is more secure than slotting in a bank card as it avoids the risk of having the card's details hijacked by a skimming machine.But one security expert said there were still risks involved.Barclays is not the first lender to allow customers to make cardless withdrawals.
Barclays Android app will let users withdraw cash with their smartphonesTo continue providing news and award winning journalism, we rely on advertising revenue.To continue reading, please turn off your ad blocker or whitelist us.New in-branch cash machines will soon let Barclays customers withdraw up to £100 - with just a tap of their smartphone.The UK bank will trial its new contactless cash machines throughout December in the north of England.If a success, the service will then be rolled out to 600 cash machines in 180 branches across the UK by the end of January 2017.
The U.K. s Tesco Bank was hit by what it described as a systematic, sophisticated hack over the weekend that saw large amounts of money swiped from customers accounts.It was initially thought that some 20,000 accounts had been targeted.However, on Tuesday the bank confirmed that 9,000 customers had had money taken in the online heist and that it had now refunded all those affected to the tune of £2.5 million about $3.1 million , according to the BBC.The bank added that no personal data had been compromised in the attack.After the hack was discovered on Sunday when thousands of shocked customers reported fraudulent activity on their accounts, officials at the bank took the decision to temporarily stop online transactions.Customers with money still in their accounts were, however, able to use their cards for ATM cash withdrawals, store payments, and all existing bill and direct debit payments.