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AI for Fraud Dispute

 
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How AI will help to prevent fraudulent transactions?
 
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Can you envisage an algorithm or features to identify a bona fide transaction?
 
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Of course it can. As a matter of fact, it is a typical use case for ML. Two years ago, I worked on a project for a bank (one of the top 10 biggest banks in the world) and they had a ML pipeline that was able to detect outliers within 50 miliseconds.
 
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