Compliance Chiefs Turn to Cognitive Tech for Surveillance

Stitching together information by using cognitive tech could yield significant advantages for compliance.

Cognitive technology has extraordinary potential when it comes to trade—and employee—surveillance.

Combining cognitive computing with compliance know-how could enable surveillance officers to spot warning signs in staff behavior, potentially indicating future problems by reading patterns in data that would otherwise be invisible. It sounds like something out of Minority Report, but chief compliance officers are adamant that this is the future of their craft.

“Coming from a surveillance point of view, I tend to believe that, in the right circumstances, anyone can do something really bad,”

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