Tackling Bias in Fraud Detection and Monitoring Models Using GenAI On (Demand Webinar)
As techniques for effective fraud risk management continue to evolve, the potential for bias affecting fraud risk prevention and detection strategies increases. This on-demand session explores the various ways in which bias can introduce itself into your fraud detection and monitoring models and provide strategies for how to combat and reduce that bias proactively – including how to leverage generative artificial intelligence (AI) to combat bias.
Revathi Subramanian - Speaker
Global Capability Lead for Fraud AI
Center for Advanced AI, Accenture
Revathi Subramanian is a data science executive with more than two decades of experience setting up world-class analytics and implementation teams to build and deliver high-end analytical solutions. She has built and launched financial industry-leading fraud and risk management solutions and holds multiple patents in data-driven risk management.
Subramanian is a thought leader and authored a book in 2014 on utilizing technology to combat fraud losses. She also conceptualized, built and implemented the SAS Fraud Management (aka Raptor) solution with sophisticated machine learning, AI, and neural network-based fraud detection and advanced analytic solutions, which is used by the biggest banks in the world. For her pioneering work, she was awarded the CEO Award of Excellence by the chief executive officer of SAS Institute in 2011.Subramanian received her Master of Science degree from Ohio State University.
Sophia Carlton - Speaker
Fraud Transformation Executive, Strategy & Consulting
Sophia Carlton is a seasoned fraud risk management executive with extensive experience in fraud risk assessments, developing and implementing enterprise-level fraud strategies, and standing up fraud risk management programs in complex environments. She has nine years of experience in helping clients solve their toughest fraud challenges, with clients in both the public and private sectors that span complex federal agencies to Fortune 100 and 500 companies across multiple industries.
She is an award-winning and passionate thought leader, contributing as a lead author in the development of industry guidance used both in government and in the private sector, including the commercial Anti-Fraud Playbook published in partnership with the ACFE, and the government-wide Anti-Fraud Playbook published in partnership with the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Chief Financial Officers Council.
Carlton graduated from James Madison University with a Master of Science degree in accounting, and she is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
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