GFT’s U.S. Banking Disruption Index suggests that security and is a top concern for consumers within the financial industry. re:Invent has a plethora of sessions that revolve around this topic, offering financial services professionals to discover how technical platforms like AWS can support security goals while implementing advancements like real-time payments. Here are a few sessions we recommend you attend:
Use Generative AI to extract insights from contact center recordings
Monday, November 27 | 8:30-10:30am (PST)
Organizations that wish to learn more about their consumer’s desires and sentiment towards their services will benefit from this workshop. Set at MGM Grand, in Premier Ballroom 316, this hands-on session features instruction from Kishore Dhamodaran and Krishna Mudda. During the workshop, you’ll learn how to extract insights from call center recordings using tools such as AI and Amazon Transcribe. In turn, this data can help you discover valuable information about customers and service representative practices. Bring your laptop to participate.
Shaping the future of security on AWS with Generative AI
Wednesday, November 29 | 11:30-11:50am (PST)
This level two Dev Chat session takes place at The Venetian, in Hall B, Expo, Booth #1480, Theater 3. Led by David Victoria, this session demonstrates how advanced models of Generative AI can improve an organization’s security posture by simulating threats and aiding in real-time detection. This chat also includes details about how technologies like Amazon GuardDuty, and AWS Lambda, both of which GFT holds badges for, can also support your security posture.
Innovation talk: Emerging tech
Thursday, November 30 | 11am-12pm (PST)
Join industry trailblazers by participating in this Innovation Talk session. Set in The Venetian, in Palazzo Ballroom B, this session highlights some innovative ways to use the AWS platform. With speakers Rainer Brehm and Bill Vass, the session will share enterprising use cases featuring hybrid environments, high-performance computing and more.