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Reporting use cases for new technologies - machine learning, blockchain, open data - Eurofiling XBRL Week 2018

Reporting use cases for new technologies - machine learning, blockchain, open data

Topic abstract

A growing stack of available technologies can support the existing IT systems, provide solutions to cases not covered by current implementations and inspire to think of new areas where IT can help reach data reporting goals. 

 

Over this one and a half hour session we will focus on the most crucial attributes of newest technologies and link them to specific scenarios related to regulatory reporting, such as: modelling, preparation, collection, validation or dissemination of data.  The session’s aim is to equip the audience with an understanding of key facts related to new technologies and to put them into context of use cases and architectures to support informed discussions about technology applicability.

Karol Minczynski

Karol Minczynski

Karol is an IT Manager with experience in software development and enterprise architecture projects for reporting and supervision IT systems. For over 7 year he has worked with a variety of institutions,  technologies, reporting frameworks and formats. Karol is a dedicated translator of IT and business perspectives, focused on good understanding of new technologies and optimal speed of adoption.

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