How to Quickly and Meaningfully Improve the Financial System’s Collective Ability to Detect Crimes

Complex financial crimes are hard to detect primarily because data related to different pieces of the overall puzzle are usually distributed across a network of financial institutions, regulators, and law-enforcement agencies. The problem is also rapidly increasing in complexity because new platforms are emerging all the time that facilitate the transfer of value across a … More How to Quickly and Meaningfully Improve the Financial System’s Collective Ability to Detect Crimes

Quantifying the Accuracy of Business Rules

Telcos everywhere are working on initiatives to better monetise their data. For many of them, a key challenge in addressing customer requirements is lack of labelled data. For example, a customer may come along and make a request: “Tell me something about the shopping behaviour of housewives in the country”. This seemingly simple question is actually … More Quantifying the Accuracy of Business Rules