Tradeteq, an electronic trading platform for institutional trade finance investors, has partnered with researchers at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST) to explore and develop new models for data analysis using artificial intelligence (AI). Tradeteq has developed an advanced credit-scoring model for SMEs and corporations that uses machine learning tools to apply an evidence-based credit score for each company. The six-month collaboration with WUST’s Computer Science department, led by Dr Tomasz Kajdanowicz, will explore how company and trade flow data can be better analysed to improve supply chain credit analysis.
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Tradeteq Partners with Wroclaw University to Boost AI capabilities for Supply Chain Credit Analysis
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