This is what fraud looks like in the age of Artificial Intelligence


You’re summoned to court where a ton of evidence including phones calls, handwritten notes, emails and chat logs undeniably prove your complicity in a crime. The problem is, none of that evidence belongs to you. They have been masterfully crafted by Artificial Intelligence algorithms that have meticulously profiled you. This is not an excerpt from Blade Runner. It’s the here and now. Developments in Artificial Intelligence are helping revolutionize many fields such as conversational commerce. But the same technology can serve as a tool to invade privacy and commit acts of fraud. Here are some of the ways fraudsters may…

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