AI Articles and Analysis about Fraud protection

Fraud involves one or more persons who intentionally act secretly to deprive another of something of value, for their own benefit. Fraud is as old as humanity itself and can take an unlimited variety of different forms. However, in recent years, the development of new technologies has also provided further ways in which criminals may commit fraud.

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Generative AI Use Cases for Insurance, from Marketing to Copilots – with John Almasan of TIAA

As new generative AI use cases continue to reshape the enterprise landscape across the global economy, many sectors are still weathering significant risks to keep pace with the adoption hype. Deloitte's "State of Generative AI in the Enterprise 2024" report found that 79% of respondents expect generative AI to transform their organizations within three years. However, companies must approach these investments cautiously with a focus on responsible implementation. 

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Confronting Unique Challenges in Retail and eCommerce Fraud – with Leaders from Amazon, PayPal, FanDuel, and Riskified

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Artificial Intelligence at State Farm

State Farm is a large insurance company headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois. Its main lines of business include property and casualty insurance, as well as auto insurance. The company is the leading auto and home insurer in the United States.

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AI for Communications Surveillance and Compliance – Two Use Cases

Communications surveillance in financial services involves both monitoring and analyzing electronic communications within a financial institution to prevent fraud, ensure regulatory compliance, identify and manage risks resulting from inappropriate activity, and maintain integrity in financial markets. 

Retail Fraud & Loss Prevention in Data, Brick-and-Mortar and Beyond – with Chris Nelson of Gap Inc.@2x-min

Retail Fraud & Loss Prevention in Data, Brick-and-Mortar and Beyond – with Chris Nelson of Gap Inc.

Retail fraud and loss prevention have always been significant business concerns impacting profitability and customer trust. However, with the emergence of AI technologies, there is a newfound potential to combat these challenges more effectively. 

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Artificial Intelligence at MetLife – Three Use Cases

MetLife is a leading global insurance company headquartered in New York City. It provides its customers various insurance and financial services, including life insurance, health insurance, retirement plans, and investment management.