Compliance organizations are turning to machine learning for improving their Anti-Money Laundering (AML) programs. Today, the systems that aim to detect potentially suspicious activity are commonly rule-based, and suffer from ultra-high false positive rates. Automated machine learning provides a solution to address this challenge.
In this webinar, Justin Dickerson, General Manager of Global Finance for DataRobot, and Dan Yelle, Customer-Facing Data Scientist for DataRobot will show how automated machine learning can be used to reduce false positive rates, thereby improving the efficiency of AML transaction monitoring and reducing costs.
You'll discover how Automated Machine Learning provides:
The ability to develop and refresh fraud detection predictive models at any time
The ability to deploy models with a click of a button
The ability to operationalize anti-money laundering models by following a process that is user-centric
Justin Dickerson, GM of Global Finance, DataRobot
Dan Yelle, Customer-Facing Data Scientist, DataRobot