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Human trafficking is an epidemic social injustice, with an estimated 71% of the approximate 25 million victims represented by women and girls. The “industry” brings in $150 million in profits annually – much of which funnels through our global financial system. Banks are trying to prevent this – but until recently were under-equipped using traditional detection methods. Join our Ellen Zimiles and Tim Mueller as they discuss how banks can use cutting-edge AI technologies to better detect and ultimately prevent human trafficking.
Panel: How to End an Epidemic: Harnessing AI to Prevent Human Trafficking
Moderator: Ellen Zimiles, Partner, Financial Services and Compliance Segment Leader, Guidehouse