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USA Today, fraud and EDM

I saw this article in USA Today about data mining to detect fraud. This is a classic case of how business rules (to detect things that are breaches of the rules) and analytics (such as neural nets to detect patterns of fraudulent behavior) can be used to great effect.

Besides the sections linked below you might check out this post on healthcare fraud detection, this one on identity fraud prevention or this one on more general insurance fraud.

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