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Innovations in financial crimes – How artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing the game

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already embedded into many aspects of everyday life and is becoming increasingly popular within the financial industry. AI-driven online platforms can, for example, help consumers manage their money more effectively, as well as make loan applications or insurance claims easier, quicker and more transparent.

However, in recent months, the use of AI and machine learning platforms has become even more crucial for central banks and financial supervisors. With the

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