CBM Explores AI Opportunities at AI Unplugged 2023


Kuala Lumpur, August 10, Malaysia –  In an exciting step towards its evolving journey in technology, Credit Bureau Malaysia (CBM) attended the AI Unplugged 2023 conference at The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur. 

Organized by the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM), the event was a convergence of many AI experts and/or enthusiasts, including CBM’s CEO, Leong Weng Choong, who participated in a panel discussion, titled: Smart Finance: Unraveling AI’s Role in Credit Reporting and Banking Analytics.

At this event, CBM sought to gather insights into how artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping the financial industry, especially in areas like credit reporting and analytics. Leong Weng Choong’s presence on the panel demonstrated CBM’s ongoing efforts to understand and eventually integrate more AI into its operations more effectively.

The conference provided CBM with an opportunity to learn from the experiences and strategies of other industry leaders. Discussions about leveraging AI for improved accuracy in credit risk assessment and fraud detection were particularly relevant to CBM’s current focus.

AI Unplugged 2023 was not just an event to attend but an educational experience, offering CBM a view into the broader implications of AI in finance. It was a step forward for CBM in identifying potential areas where AI can be applied to enhance its services.

The insights gained at this event are key for CBM as it continues to navigate the new and exciting terrain of AI, aiming to bring more innovative solutions to its clients in the future.