Former Google Engineer Develops Blockchain Core OS for Banks

Former Google Engineer Develops Blockchain Core OS for Banks

 

Paul Taylor, a former Google engineer and founder and CEO of UK-based Fintech startup Thought Machine, is developing a blockchain-centric operating system, Vault OS, a modern banking engine and core software that runs on the cloud.

Before delving into the blockchain space, Paul Taylor held a prominent position at Google as the head of the text-to-speech group at the search giant, responsible for the speech recognition software used in over a billion Android phones and devices used around the world.

A Cambridge University academic, Taylor began working on Vault OS over two years ago at a tech start-up hub in London. The inventor and executive has a notable expertise in speech synthesis, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, as evident from his tenure in Google.

Vault OS

There is a need to uproot and change the legacy systems used by banks in an age when security and efficiency are fundamental to core banking principles and that’s where Vault OS can help with an upgrade to the system, according to Taylor.

He stated:

 

 

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