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Gabriele Columbro, Executive Director at FINOS on The Rise of Open Source in Financial Services
This episode of HumAIn Podcast focuses on The Rise of Open Source in Financial Services and is geared toward all audiences who want to learn how the Fintech Open Source Foundation is bridging the gap in the financial industry by developing frameworks
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The most recent episode featured Fernando Gomez Baquero of Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute and explored How Founders Scale Products and Startups at Cornell Tech
In this episode, Gabriele Columbro shared remarks including:
"Code is certainly important, and the quality of the code we believe through open source is higher, given that there are so many eyes pointed on it, everyone feels a bit more accountable for what they put out there, than necessarily what you do behind the firewall-but that is just the tip of the iceberg"
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