We’re banking on technology

From our founding, we’ve used tech to change the banking industry. Today, our innovations are making banking better for tens of millions of our customers.



We got our start 25 years ago using data analytics to create personalized credit offers. In 2020, we closed our last data center to go all-in on the public cloud. And today, our ML applications, APIs and cloud products are preventing online credit fraud, empowering partners to innovate with us and helping other businesses harness the power of the cloud.

What we’re building

Cloud native

Sharing our knowledge to help others operate in the cloud at scale

AI & ML

Applying Graph ML, NLP and more to prevent fraud and make banking simpler

Open source

Driving rapid innovation as an open source first organization

APIs

Providing reliable data integration for our partners’ digital products

Featured Products

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Standardize model development with rubicon-ml

Rubicon-ml is an open source ML tool that captures all information throughout your model’s development in a reproducible and searchable way and ties the results directly to the model code.

Why Technologists Work Here

People using technology to help people

The tools our technologists create are changing the way millions of people manage their money. If you're looking for a career working with a modern tech stack and solving problems that change people's lives, let's talk.

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Featured Case Study

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Microsoft and Capital One Fight Fraud in Real Time

See how a partnership with Microsoft via our Enhanced Decisioning Data API helped us improve fraud protection and decrease false positive declines by 45%.

Capital One Tech News

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Where you’ll find us

We're here to learn, grow and, yeah, show off a bit

Conferences like re:Invent, Grace Hopper and PyCon are our favorite places to meet new folks, learn from our peer companies and tell people what we've been working on. Check out our Events page to see where we'll be next.

Recent Posts From Our Blog

Open Source

Introduction to Using rubicon-ml (VIDEO)

How this open source data science tool helps capture reproducible information throughout your model’s development

Machine Learning

Understanding TF-IDF for Machine Learning

A gentle introduction to term frequency-inverse document frequency

Culture

How Our Software Engineering Conference Inspires Growth

Capital One’s custom platform for peer learning connects associates, despite their distance

Machine Learning

Dynamic Customer Embeddings & Understanding Customer Intent

How sequential recommendation and representation learning can be leveraged to model customer behavior