Why more is not always better in the world of credit

Advanced analytics and AI promise revolutions everywhere, but real-world constraints abound. This is notably true in the world of credit scoring, which needs to be understandable, is often slow to give out real-world results, and can be muddied by the addition of unnecessary factors.

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Big Data and new credit

The Big Data revolution

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