Enhance your fraud detection systems with high-quality, human-annotated data
How we help
Whether you represent a financial institution trying to identify fraudulent transactions, or an insurance company trying to weed out false claims, machine learning provides a powerful way to prevent fraud, above and beyond the systems you use today. But for machine learning to be effective, it needs large volumes of high-quality data.
Our skilled project managers work with your team to understand your objectives and timeline, and will customize a program to meet your needs. Our team can annotate large quantities of data in a short timeframe, allowing you to quickly train your system and improve your machine learning-based fraud detection system.
For over 20 years, Appen has worked with companies around the world to improve their speech and machine learning-based solutions by providing high quality, human annotated data. Our secure facilities allow for the handling of all types of sensitive data sets, ensuring the privacy of your customer data.
Our data services
- Consultative Services
We work closely with your team to develop a customized program that addresses your unique business challenges.
With Appen's skilled global crowd, you can quickly and cost-effectively scale your program to better meet customer needs.
- Data Annotation
Improve your machine learning-based products with high-quality, human-annotated training data.
- Secure Services
Use secure services when working with any datasets where privacy is a key concern.
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