How Machine Learning Can Combat Errors and Fraud: Frontrunner Podcast Series

May 22, 2019 James Bowen

Eli Fathi is the CEO and President of Mindbridge AI, a company using machine learning to detect erroneous patterns in accounting data. Accounting processes have remained relatively unchanged for decades, Eli discusses how machine learning approaches have the potential to detect error patterns in accounting data including fraudulent transactions. In addition, Eli discusses how machine learning could, in the future, change auditing into a real-time activity potentially detecting intent to commit fraud. 

Podcast host: James Bowenis an author, professor, and CEO of Experiential Simulations, a producer of simulations for teaching entrepreneurship and ethics.

Know someone that is insightful in a professional context and would be a great podcast guest?  Topics are organizational or professional in nature and provide the listener with insight and conclusions derived from experience and thoughtful analysis of observations.  Contact James Bowen jamesbowen2017@gmail.com​​

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