Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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The following post is a reprint of an article that originally appeared on ITProPortal. The original article can be found here. Last year, mobile operators lost $38 billion (£28bn) of their revenue to fraud, according to the Communications Fraud Control Association’s 2015 survey. International crime rings are successfully and profitably using highly sophisticated techniques to bulldoze through ...

Here are this week's top stories in fraud and big data technology: 3 Open Source Data Visualization...

Every Friday on Fraud and Technology Wire it’s #FraudFriday, where we take a look at different kinds...

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Machine learning has revolutionized pattern recognition technology by training models to recognize d...

FRAUD

Here are this week's top stories in fraud and big data technology: Key Trends in Machine Learning and AI You can hardly talk to a technology executive or developer today without talking about artificial intelligence, machine learning or bots. While...

Every Friday on Fraud and Technology Wire it’s #FraudFriday, where we take a look at different kinds of fraud and how they impact businesses and consumers. This week we’re highlighting IMEI Reprogramming Fraud. Read about it below, and take a look at...

TECHNOLOGY

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From Google searches to Facebook identifying faces in photos, the use of machine learning in everyday applications is so common that we often don’t even realize we are using it. Despite its prevalence, the majority of the population has little to no ...

Here are this week's top stories in fraud and big data technology: IT Teams Hone Hadoop Monitoring, Governance to Boost Big Data Value Hadoop management is becoming a bigger priority for big data users and vendors alike as the distributed processin...

OPINION

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Many big data providers claim to offer Hadoop solutions, however there is a big difference between adding a Hadoop layer to an existing system and being built natively on Hadoop. Vendors say they use Hadoop as it is an industry buzzword. Although it ...

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OTT apps are scaring telecom providers. Customers are using services like WhatsApp and Viber to make long distance calls instead of traditional telephony. Carriers used to count on international calls to make up a large proportion of revenue due to l...