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Author: Antoine Gara
 |  Published: June 06, 2017
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Talk is cheap, unless you're one of the biggest banks in the world. Then, offhand, typo-filled instant messages and emails among traders, such as "dont want other numpty's in mkt to know" or "hopefulyl a fe wmore get same way and we can team whack it" or "i'd prefer we join forces ... lets double team them," can lead to billions in fines and even criminal charges.

Since the financial crisis, regulators have seized on traders' emails and Bloomberg instant messages to establish collusion and market manipulation in the foreign exchange, commodity and interest-rate markets. JPMorgan, Citigroup, UBS and Barclays have all pleaded guilty to felony charges, and just about every big bank has paid fines exceeding $100 million. Today, detecting conspiracies in traders' cryptic communications--before government enforcers do--is a critical part of risk management.

Author: James Ollerenshaw
 |  Published: June 01, 2017
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The incredible story of how artificial intelligence has connected a non-profit, governments, and the banking industry in the global fight against human trafficking.

“I’ve seen video content of a child that’s the same age as mine being raped by an American man that was a sex tourist in Cambodia. And this child was so conditioned by her environment that she thought she was engaging in play.”

With palpable emotion, Ashton Kutcher delivered these words to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on human trafficking and slavery. His impassioned testimony generated headlines around a world where, hidden from view, 27 million adults and 13 million children are victims of modern slavery. Any notion that slavery was disgrace of history is crushed by the realization that there are more slaves today than at any point in our past.

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