London’s calling – We’re heading to Retail Risk
Calling all retailers! We’re proud to announce that for the second year running we are sponsoring Retail Risk London and we’d love to see you there.
Retail Risk has been an important event on the industry calendar for 15 years and the London show has become the mecca for senior retail risk and loss prevention professionals.
The event will be held at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith on the 23rd March from 8:30am to 6pm. It is free for retailers to attend, just register your details here. You can find us on stand 12 where our team will be on hand to discuss any upcoming projects and questions you may have; you will also be able to see Matthew Attwell, Client Services and Risk Director here at ai, presenting his talk on ‘man vs machine in the world of fraud.’
‘Man vs machine in the world of fraud’
Matt will be asking the question, ‘can your fraud monitoring benefit from machine learning?’ Common myths around machine learning are leading to misuse and missed opportunities. In Matt’s presentation, “Man vs Machine in the World of Fraud”, he considers how machine learning can offer benefits in both reducing fraud losses and increasing acceptance rates in all channels – without the need for expensive infrastructure.
Drawing on findings from Behavioural Economics he will unpick the manual fraud monitoring process, discuss how innovative technology can assist a manual approach and show how machine learning can be utilised with big data to deliver outstanding business benefit.
Matt will also cover some of the latest global fraud trends in the retail industry and discuss how these are relevant to the UK and Europe.
Matt’s presentation will be held at 11:30am, so be sure to pop it in your calendar, he will also have a 10 minute Q&A to answer any of your questions.
For more information about the event visit their website, if you would like to book some time with a member of the team, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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