Resistant AI, a fraud and financial crime prevention services provider, has made its Document Forensics solution available on Google Cloud Marketplace.
The tool allows users to quantify, classify, and verify know your customer (KYC) documents such as proof of address, ID cards and bank statements. With this, organisations can better automate customer approvals and rejections during the onboarding process, reduce time manually reviewing documentation and detect and prevent serial fraud attempts.
By being on the Google Cloud Marketplace, users will be able to quickly and easily deploy Resistant AI Document Forensics as part of their integrated workflow on Google Cloud, with no manual configuration required.
Resistant AI CEO and founder Martin Rehak said, “Our anomaly-based approach to fraud detection has proven to be more adaptable and effective than traditional modelling approaches to detect and prevent ever-changing and escalating criminal activities.
“Integrating Document Forensics into the onboarding document processing workflow as a first step safeguards organisations and their customers from financial crimes, including those that are used initially toward larger crimes like money laundering and terrorist financing.”
Resistant AI leverages over 500 machine learning detectors to analyse digital documents for anomalies. This allows customers to build a secure document processing workflow.
Some of the features of its technology are language agnostic, out-of-the-box fraud detection, explainable verdicts, document classification and quality checks, and more.
Google Cloud Managing Director Dai Vu added, “We’re delighted to support greater access to AI capabilities delivered through our ecosystem of partners and Google Cloud Marketplace, including Resistant AI’s important AI-driven capabilities in fraud prevention and more.”
Resistant AI has had a very active start to 2023. It recently teamed up with anti-financial crime company Client Fabric Tech. Through the deal, Resistant AI has joined the Client Fabric ecosystem, which aims to provide businesses with the ability to manage all their due diligence requirements through a single API.
Another recent development for Resistant AI was a clean System and Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type 1 attestation report.
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