Oracle Leverages Deep Learning To Detect Financial Crime

Oracle is using deep learning to find matching patterns for graph analytics within its compliance platform.

Oracle has been developing its Financial Crime and Compliance Studio (FCC Studio) using deep learning and graph analytics, which is the process of analyzing data in a graph format using data points as nodes and relationships as edges. The enhancement looks to allow users to detect repetitive patterns in graphs of data on individuals in order to assist in know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) activities.

The automated functionality within the FCC Studio platform looks at

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