AI and machine learning – General definitions and Fraud / AML applications

AI and machine learning – General definitions and Fraud / AML applications

By Eric Wagner, Head of Group Financial Crime, Erste Group AG  Ahead of the Technology and Innovation Risk Europe  Summit (25-26 September, London) Eric has released his PDF slides from the Fraud and Financial Crime Summit in April 2018. In this presentation, Eric will address key areas of concern, including:

  • Difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Current progress
  • Different types of machine learning
  • Approach
  • Examples
  • Erste Group Applications and AML synergies
  • Challenges

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