72% of organizations plan to use the AI against fraud| 11.07.2019
The study was launched in February 2019, and its results were summed up at the end of June 2019. To do this, we studied the responses 1055 members of the ACFE, working in different countries of the world. Questions
the experts related to the technology and tools used in their organizations to combat fraud.
In a joint study by SAS and the Association of certified specialists in the investigation of theft and fraud (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, ACFE) revealed that
technology AI and machine learning in the fight against fraud is used in 13% of the organizations. In another 25% said they plan to implement them over the next year or two.
Currently, most organizations often use predefined reports key event of fraud using classical instruments, for example, from Microsoft
Office. This is a standard tool for 64% of the companies surveyed. The second popular place automatic monitoring using expert business rules, it is used in
54% of organizations. Closes the three visual exploration of the data using BI tools – it accounts for 35%.
As for plans for the development of the technology used , in addition to the growth of interest in AI, the study authors identified the following trends:
Expected more widespread biometrics. Now it uses about one fourth of the organization, and another 16% of respondents plan to implement by 2021.
Will significantly more pay attention to the various tools and techniques of data analysis. It is expected that by 2021, 72% of organisations will use to fight fraud
automatic monitoring data automatic detection of anomalies etc.
Predictive Analytics is planned to be used in 52% of organizations, which is 22% higher than the previous study.
Continues the increasing trend on the use of data visualization tools – they plan to use or continue to use 47% of organizations (now try on 35%).
Artificial intelligence, Machine learning
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