Incremental Learning: Adaptive Cruise Control for Fraud Prevention

Data Science
Jimmy Hennessy -- ACI Worldwide
Jul 08, 2020
Many fraud systems are essentially a series of sub-systems which work together to identify both valid and fraudulent transactions. Borrowing an automotive analogy, an advanced machine learning system would behave similar to a new vehicle's adaptive cruise control system, constantly monitoring and adjusting to keep thresholds in check.

In this presentation, ACI Worldwide highlights their new approach to machine learning called incremental learning, which is designed to adjust production machine learning models without requiring retraining or redeploying. The deck also includes initial results as well as an overview of upcoming enhancements.

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