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The Atlantic Council and Thomson Reuters released a timely report on “Big Data: A Twenty-First Century Arms Race” on June 27, 2017, at a well-attended event at the Atlantic Council’s Washington, D.C. headquarters. Policymakers all over the world should be aware of the powerful tools at their disposal such as World-Check to address political and economic threats. This is something of a theme for SIIA. Recently, for example, we wrote about how artificial intelligence (AI) can help in the anti-money laundering (AML) fight. We have also written about how FICO’s AML tool works. The Atlantic Council report contains many realistic policy recommendations, which policymakers from different regulatory “silos” should review. This is another theme for SIIA. Regulators and policymakers should engage in regular dialogue with each other. For example, financial supervisors and privacy regulators should talk to ea ...
Social media channels like Twitter have been transformative in providing personalized experiences to their users in record breaking time. Users like investigative journalists and reporters have the ability to access a plethora of information and news quicker than ever. In today’s age, many breaking news stories surface and spread first on social media before hitting the press. However, given the over 500 million tweets sent each day, it can be tough for journalists and reporters to differentiate real stories from fake news or unrelated trending topics. Unfortunately, fake news websites often take advantage of social media platforms to drive web traffic in order to gain more coverage. As a result, reporting breaking news stories can often involve sifting through videos, opinions, and content that may or may not be newsworthy.
Thomson Reuters has completed its acquisitions of Clarient Global, LLC and Avox Limited, both of which will be integrated into its portfolio of risk management, compliance and data offerings.