Tax evasion and noncompliance are among the largest economic crimes in the world. Effective tax collection requires tax authorities to deploy analytics technologies and capabilities to combat fraud and identify red flags in the data. Such red flags could include shell companies created for the sole purpose of receiving stimulus payments or falsified individual identities created by identity thieves.In this webinar, industry experts from SAS and the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will discuss advanced data analytics techniques and solutions used to identify patterns of fraud. You will learn how to combine multiple data sources and examine how the IRS uses these methods to enhance their operations.You Will Learn How To:
Identify patterns of fraud in both structured and unstructured data using artificial intelligence (AI).Build a 360-degree view of and entity using AI.Apply data analytics like the IRS.
SpeakersJeffrey CooperExecutive Industry Consultant, Financial Technology SASR. Damon RoweDirector, Office of Fraud Enforcement U.S. Internal Revenue Service Steve SerraoSenior Customer Advisor, U.S. Government Justice and Public Safety PracticeSAS
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