Monthly Archives: June 2020

Micro-Money Laundering: From Video Games To Online Markets

Tamara Tanaskovic/ June 28, 2020/ Uncategorized

Stronger controls on traditional financial transactions and more effective systems to identify fraud and money laundering forces criminals to look for new ways to launder money. Often, digital channels and online platforms offer loopholes, especially for small payments. Microtransactions happen often below the radar of law enforcement and regulatory agencies. However, thousands of such small electronic payments can accumulate fast to significant amounts.

Suddenly Home Office: Compliance Risks In The Corona Crisis

Tobias Bumm/ June 16, 2020/ Uncategorized

In many companies, home office was not common practice before the Corona crisis. Hence, the corresponding changes are significant. Working from home bares the risk of losing sensitive business data, cyber-attacks, or family members’ insight into confidential information. There is also increased potential for compliance violations. In the home office, the employer is also responsible for compliance with legal requirements. Corresponding guidelines and internal whistleblower reporting systems are helpful tools for fulfilling this obligation.

Speech recognition thanks to AI

Marco Radic/ June 1, 2020/ Uncategorized

Even though we are already used to speech recognition in the car, in smart homes or elsewhere, the progress in deep learning is significant. State-of-the-art AI models can solve the most difficult problems by recognizing complex patterns in real-time. Those intelligent systems can support work flows as an interface between man and machine. targens offers a solution here for speech processing, speech comprehension and speech output with a high degree of linguistic and technological adaptability in German to support the digitization process.