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Data is pure gold in the right hands
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Applying technology like machine learning to transaction data could significantly increase the proportion of money laundering activity that is detected. It is projects like this that are driving demand for data science skills. In this e-guide, read about the power of data against money laundering, and how to get the skills to turn data into gold.
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- ABN Amro investigation lends weight to anti-money laundering collaboration by Dutch banks
- Dutch AI Coalition wants to put the Netherlands on artificial intelligence map
- CIO must focus on easing data access to help data scientists build models more quickly
- Abu Dhabi AI university is key to UAE’s future as the oil dries up