Goldman Sachs and UBS monitor traders with a machine learning tool the US uses to find terrorists

Date: September 17, 2016 Published by

  • Digital Reasoning traces its roots back to 9/11, when it was developed to help the US find networks of terrorists communicating online.
  • Digital Reasoning also recently partnered with Nasdaq to help build its surveillance tools into Nasdaq’s capital market tools for firms.
  • Nasdaq also invested in Digital Reasoning’s $40 million funding round back in May.
  • Top investment banks like Goldman Sachs and UBS are spotting insider trading and other rule-breaking using a machine learning platform that was first developed to help the US catch terrorists.
  • Narsu says Digital Reasoning’s software reduced false alerts by up to 70%.