Can AI Prevent Crimes? A Live Show.John McCarthy Stage
Malicious (human) behavior has become digital: Credit card fraud, identity theft and system intrusion - just to name a few - belong to a new class of human caused malicious acts that occur at a scale and frequency never experienced before. Detecting these acts has become a crucial activity for any digitized business – but humans are no longer able to keep up. The industry has reacted to the increased demand for decision making and is extending their BI products with AI capabilities – often marketed as all-purpose AI solutions. Based on our experiences with projects in the financial industry we have built a live showcase for you related to identifying risky behavior in IT ticket data. The showcase focusses on building a prescriptive model to act against malicious activities in the city of Chicago. You will get to know our heuristics for tool-selections and how you can transition from aggregated visuals to your own sophisticated machine learning approach.
Cédric Villani, Mathematician - member of the Academy of Sciences - 1st vice-president of the Parliamentary Office For Scientific and Technological Assessment (OPECST) – Member of Parliament Fields Medal,