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Artificial Intelligence in Financial Crimes

Financial institutions are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to automate manual processes, emulate human decisions, and improve the accuracy of surveillance strategies. Given the sophistication of fraud attacks and ever increasing regulatory scrutiny, firms are implementing advanced analytical approaches to be more agile, effective, and efficient.
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