Major card networks like Visa and Mastercard process half a billion transactions a day. With so many data points and variables across multiple parties in a transaction, orchestration is ripe for optimization with AI. And that’s just the beginning of how AI can transform operations in payments.

I spoke with experts inside and outside of Blankfactor to delve deeper into implementing AI in payments and software development approaches to consider as you roadmap your AI strategy.

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  • With advancements like ChatGPT and OpenAI’s large language model interface, enterprise AI adoption is on the rise — and will soon see widespread adoption.
  • The business case for AI in payments is undeniable: personalized customer experiences, smart payments orchestration, and even more advanced AI-powered fraud detection are among endless other use cases.
  • Companies can pursue a few paths to AI software development, from building general-purpose models to business process models to proprietary models that leverage a company’s curated intellectual property.
  • But implementing AI at an enterprise scale, especially in financial services and payments, remains a complex software challenge.
  • AI innovation partners can bring the expertise you need to creatively take on these development complexities, including data availability and data cost challenges.