Using AI to spot potential rogue traders
Rogue traders can cost banks billions. Now, some are using artificial intelligence programmes to flag suspicious behaviour, looking at everything from how traders phrase their emails to the times they use their computers. AI is also getting better at avoiding time-consuming false alarms, meaning banks’ compliance teams don’t get bogged down with vast amounts of data.
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