Engineers tap machine learning to improve graph analytics

Augmenting graph analytics with AI can detect more complicated anomalies, vendors say.


Graph databases hold numerous attractions for financial services users, among them the ability to detect hidden patterns in data that could be harder to spot otherwise.

Some financial institutions are now looking to go a step further by augmenting graph analytics—the process of analyzing data in graph format to show relationships between data points—with machine learning to identify more complex data patterns.  

Andy McMahon, machine learning engineering lead at UK bank NatWest, says that in

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