Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNew York City, 17 th November 2017 – SafetyNet.ai, Domus Semo Sancus’ (DSS) Enhanced Due Diligence Cognitive Search and Crime Prevention tool, won “Most Innovative Compliance as a Service Solution” at the RegTech Industry awards, which took place on the 16th November 2017 in New York City immediately following the RegTech Summit for Capital Markets. The RegTech Awards “…acknowledges those companies who are creatively finding solutions to help with regulatory challenges.”On hand to collect the award for DSS was E. Jay Saunders, Chairman and CEO, and Rohit Trivedi, Head of Technical Development. Trivedi, who flew in from India for the occasion stated that “…this is a significant achievement for DSS. The way and the level that we’re utilizing Artificial Intelligence in SafetyNet.ai breaks new ground for this industry, and I’m very proud of that.” Saunders, who was also a speaker at the summit, described the achievement as “…one that DSS is extremely proud of, especially when you consider the competition. Many of them are global brands who are giants in their industries, and we’re just a startup from one of the smallest places on the planet.”Thanking the A-Team, the organizers of the RegTech Summit and the Industry awards, Saunders commented that “We would like to thank the A-Team for including us in this summit. It was an amazing event and we had a great time.” CEO Saunders also congratulated all the other winners at the RegTech Industry awards and gave credit for DSS’ award to “our very talented and hardworking international staff who I look forward to working with every day. Each of them deserves this award…”, but further stated that “…after what the Caribbean, and particularly the Turks and Caicos Islands, went through this year with Hurricanes Irma and Maria, this award is going home with me to the Turks and Caicos Islands.” About Domus Semo Sancus (DSS)Domus Semo Sancus (DSS) Ltd, founded by E. Jay Saunders in November 2014, is a financial technology company that is building tools to encourage financial inclusion and bridge the e-commerce divide.SafetyNet.ai is DSS’ award winning enhanced due diligence (EDD) cognitive search and crime prevention tool. It helps companies comply with KYC and AML rules and regulations by utilizing an artificial intelligence engine to help companies spot and mitigate risks before they become threats. SafetyNet.ai is cloud based and is offered in the following subscriptions: Lite, EDD (Enhanced Due Diligence), EDD Enterprise, Safe City, and Developer.For more information on Domus Semo Sancus (DSS), visit: www.semosancus.com.For more information on SafetyNet.ai, visit: www.safetynet.ai. Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Everyday creative activities like writing poetry or making new recipes can boost well-being as well as creativity in young adults, new research has found.“Engaging in creative behaviour leads to increases in well-being the next day, and this increased wellbeing is likely to facilitate creative activity on the same day,” said lead researcher Tamlin Conner from University of Otago in New Zealand.In their study, the researchers asked 658 university students to keep a daily diary of their experiences and emotional states over 13 days. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAfter analysing the diaries the researchers found a pattern of the participants feeling more enthusiasm and higher “flourishing” than usual following days when they were more creative.Flourishing is a psychological concept that can be described as increasing positive growth in oneself.While the current study did not specifically ask the university students to record the nature of their creative activity, the researchers had collected such information informally in an earlier study. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThey found that the most common examples reported were songwriting; creative writing (poetry, short fiction); knitting and crochet; making new recipes; painting, drawing, and sketching; graphic and digital design; and musical performance.“Overall, these findings support the emerging emphasis on everyday creativity as a means of cultivating positive psychological functioning,” said the study published in The Journal of Positive Psychology.
Taking inspiration from celebrities, young travellers are now more likely to upload sweaty workout selfie (welfie), reveals a survey. The survey, conducted by online accommodation booking website Hotels.com, stated that young travellers are swapping beaches and beers for welfies. It also shows that the rise of the ‘activacation’ is due to ‘fitfluencers’, read a statement. Young holiday makers are now more likely to upload a photo of them engaging in outdoor sports (15 per cent) than a swimwear shot (10 per cent). The survey of 8,400 adults across 28 countries was carried out by One poll, between March 31 to June 21. Indian travellers admit that they use exercise to meet new people (38 per cent) and explore new places from an alternative perspective (29.8 per cent). Wanting to keep a jolly mood through the vacation (55 per cent) and keeping a check on holiday weight (32.7 per cent) were also ranked highly, as reasons for workout motivation. Many Indian holiday makers are happy to give up top-notch food (75.6 per cent), relaxing (61 per cent), sightseeing (36.6 per cent) and even alcohol (15.3 per cent) to get their fitness fix on vacation. While men seek to take part in extreme physical activities on vacation, such as boxing (17.2 per cent), beach hiking (36.6 per cent) and wakeboarding (19.9 per cent), the majority of Indian women are opting for holistic wellness holidays with meditation (53.2 per cent), laughter yoga (40.3 per cent) and pilates (45.8 per cent) topping the activacation agenda. Jessica Chuang, Hotels.com Director, Regional Marketing Greater China, SEA and India, said: “Fitness options are now so important that millennial are choosing hotels based on how they’ll help them keep fit on vacation – and hotels are really upping their game.”