Impact of AI and Machine Learning on Financial Crime Investigation
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May 26, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Impact of AI and Machine Learning on Financial Crime Investigation
Financial regulators and law enforcement agencies were already stretched thin investigating huge volumes of suspicious activity reports filed annually by financial institutions. This problem has become incredibly hard with the rising number of cybercrimes and cryptocurrency crimes, as well as the need to monitor and enforce new Russian sanctions that are historically unprecedented in scale and scope.
Government agencies are struggling to cope not only due to an acute shortage of skilled manpower, but also because there are no predefined rules on how to detect bad actors in these new and emerging situations. The only solution is to fully leverage AI and machine learning to help prioritize the investigations, detect new criminal behaviors – identify the unknown unknowns – and eliminate false positives to avoid wasting limited agency resources.
Register for our webinar to learn more about:
- Current challenges facing financial regulators and law enforcement agencies
- Discovering the unknown unknowns in large volumes of financial data
- Using AI and machine learning to recognize and track criminal behaviors
- And, more!
Roy D. Dotson Jr.
Acting Special Agent in Charge, USSS National Pandemic Fraud Recovery Coordinator, U.S. Secret Service
Director for Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Policy, Office of the Comptroller, U.S. Department of the Treasury
CEO, Symphony AyasdiAI
Moderator: Tom Suder
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