TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION
From artificial intelligence and biometrics, to autonomous vehicles and machine learning, get up to speed on the latest trends and future innovations.
Blockchain and risk management help businesses, platforms and risk management organizations learn how to understand and apply blockchain and new ISO standards currently under development so they can plan, secure, audit and monetize every step of a sharing economy value chain.
Sanjay Gupta provides insight into the new and more sophisticated technologies fraudsters are using to falsify personal identity information or create entirely new synthetic identities through deepfake images and hacking biometric data. They will also share proven strategies for how businesses can better detect these methods to keep both themselves and consumers safe from fraud. Lastly, using Mitek’s upcoming report with PYMNTS on the topic, the presenters will examine where these technologies have already demonstrated their impact through financial and personal loss, and provide insight into how investing in solutions to circumvent these threats will be critical to keeping consumer trust in the future.
Global applied economist Badri Narayanan Gopalakrishnan, PhD, has validated a new economic model and will be publishing a paper due out just before the conference. Badri is Senior Economic Adviser to the World Bank, KPMG, PWC, Mackenzie, among others. The model includes a risk management engine with 16 components as part of a greater sharing economy economic model.
In this session, you'll learn how blockchain can be successfully leveraged in the sharing economy. There will be a discussion of current and upcoming blockchain standards (ISO TC307), and its implications on insurance and risk management
Plaintiffs have recently targeted various biometrics, including facial recognition, voice recognition and fingerprint technology vendors in an effort to reach the broadest possible classes. The potential damages are $1000 to $5000 for each violation making these lawsuits potentially catastrophic for companies. What critical obligations and systems does your company need to have in place to comply with biometric statutes? Currently Illinois, one of only three states that currently have biometrics statutes, has the most restrictive statute that regulates biometrics and the only one that allows for private rights of action. More than 400 class action lawsuits have been filed under this statute and more than 15 other states have proposed legislation.
Marketplaces looking to scale at a global level are challenged with identity verification, fraud & safety risks. Many are unable to provide frictionless customer experiences to high-value users. Marketplaces cannot solve these challenges alone and need to work in a collaborative consortium to verify users more robustly without adding friction. TeleSign's consortium model helps leverage machine learning allows customers to identify fraud/safety risks proactively and trust good users authoritatively. The model helps marketplaces identify promo frauds; fake reviews; asset integrity and predict safety events. This webinar will show mechanics behind the model and how global marketplaces can deliver trust and differentiation on their platform.
Start-ups are very familiar with the need to start small, refine and iterate. In theory this works well, but in practice it can be a challenge to work through how to start and when to invest in growth. Through sharing an example of a recruitment platform from idea through to full solution, this session provides participants with practical considerations that go beyond theory.