Intrusion detection is a hot topic in the world of cyber security. Especially with artificial intelligence and machine learning as the new buzzwords it can be difficult for outsiders to know what to expect from them. In this article we aim to explain the fundamental basics of anomaly detection. In particular we discuss the strengths and limitations of such techniques, how far we can go towards full automation, and what you should keep in mind when using anomaly detection.
Digitalization is an unstoppable process and terms such as "bitcoin" and "blockchain" have been the most hyped topics of recent years. In spite of their growing popularity, those terms still tend to create confusion. However, we all need to face reality: the world is on the cusp of a technological revolution and new technologies will change the current state of play in the tax world.
Legal prediction, a daily task for the legal professionals, involves essentially any use case that requires legal reasoning for the purpose of predicting an outcome. The issue with legal prediction is that humans are generally bad at it. We are biased, inefficient, information processors, and prone to errors. As today’s data-driven world of law requires legal professionals to access and process vast amounts of information, we must turn to technology for aid.