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FACT360 takes the lead at Corporate Fraud & Corruption Forum

FACT360 announces today it is a lead partner at the 22nd Corporate Fraud & Corruption Forum.  The two-day event taking place in London over 18-19  November 2021 brings together corporate thought leaders on anti-corruption, fraud, compliance and ethics and is the ‘must attend’ event for the sector. FACT360 will be delivering a key-note session on […]

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Register for Webinar: Prevent & Detect Market Manipulation

Sign up to our webinar on Tuesday 6 July (11am UK) to to learn how intelligence tools are used to prevent and detect market manipulation. The joint webinar with Oculus Financial Intelligence will feature an in-depth look at how the FACT360 platform was used to investigate a market manipulation fraud. In the webinar you will […]

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The Mechanics Of Computation: Universal Computation

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 9 FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop returns with his latest post in the ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first post here). Continuing his examination of the ‘Mechanics of Computation’, he takes a closer look at Universal Computation… The development of automata heralded an explosion in […]

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Watch: Investigating Market Manipulation

Discover how Artificial Intelligence and unsupervised machine learning can transform financial investigations and how FACT360 has been used to investigate market manipulation fraud. In our webinar with Oculus Financial Intelligence you will learn: How AI and ML were used to investigate a long-term market manipulation fraud when traditional eDiscovery could not provide meaningful analysis How […]

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Register for Webinar: Investigating Market Manipulation

Sign up to our webinar on Tuesday 25 May (11am UK) to to learn how our platform was used by Oculus Financial Intelligence to investigate market manipulation fraud. In the webinar you will learn: How AI and ML were used to investigate a long-term market manipulation fraud when traditional eDiscovery could not provide meaningful analysis […]

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A day in the life…Financial Investigatator

Investigators have always known that ‘following the money’ can provide significant amounts of intelligence. And financial investigators as industry have formalised the process and implemented techniques to uncover the interesting and useful things that exists in financial data. Can you outline the role of the financial investigator? We can work wherever it is thought there […]

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LegalEx Spotlight – Watch Presentation

“Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learningto transform ECA and investigations“ The seminar, given at LegalEx Spotlight (31 March 2021), shows how FACT360 puts legal teams in control of their data and how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning transforms Early Case Assessment (ECA) and investigations. Through real-world examples the presentation explains how FACT360 can generate intelligence […]

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The Mechanics Of Computation: Automata

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 8 FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop returns to take a more detailed look at some of the concepts outlined in the ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first post here). The next three posts examine the ‘Mechanics of Computation’, beginning here with a look at automata… […]

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Webinar: 23 March 2021, 11am (UK)

“USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO GENERATE ACTUAL INTELLIGENCE” If you would like to see our platform in more detail sign up to our FREE webinar on 23 March 2021. It will be especially relevant if you have an ‘investigatory’ role and will show how we use Artificial Intelligence and unsupervised machine learning to speed up and […]

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FACT360: eDiscovery in Action

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 7 FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop brings together the theory discussed in the ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first post here) explaining how it can be applied to organisations today and why what people ‘do’ can be more insightful than what they ‘say’… Imagine this…events […]