Socure CEO Sunil Madhu will discuss the powerful impact that artificial intelligence and machine learning are having on the world of financial services and online businesses at this week’s Connect:ID exhibition. Entitled “Leapfrogging: The Impact of Machine Learning on ID Verification”, the session is scheduled for May 1st at 10:50 a.m., and will be held in the Silver Room of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
In a statement announcing the talk, Socure asserted that AI and machine learning “far exceed human intelligence and intuition, and can verify the identity of the person on the other end of an online transaction and detect fraud.” Indeed, particularly when applied to biometrics, AI and machine learning technologies are proving to be highly effective across a range of identification applications, from remote customer onboarding to mobile payments. But, as Madhu will explain in his session, “there are limitations, shortcomings and misapplications of data science which can impact results.” Madhu’s session promises to delve into the AI and machine learning approaches that work best.
Given the company he leads, Madhu appears to be well positioned to discuss these issues. Socure’s platform is designed to intelligently leverage a wide range of data for online authentication, with the company’s technology having helped to attract some considerable investment capital. And Madhu’s talk at Connect:ID should only help to further raise Socure’s profile in the digital authentication community.
April 30, 2018 – by Alex Perala