Orange Tests Deep Learning Software to Identify Fraud

Left to right: Xavier Quintuna, senior IT architect, and Georges Nahon, CEO at Orange Silicon Valley Rachael King / WSJ French telecom operator Orange SA has begun to test machine-learning software to help it prevent fraud that occurs on its mobile network. Orange is trying to stop a type of fraud that happens when people illegally use part of Orange’s network for cut-rate telephone calls. “The problem is that the fraud moves so quickly that it has been difficult for Orange’s static algorithms to detect it,” Georges Nahon, CEO of Orange Silicon Valley, a research and development division of the operator, told CIO Journal. Orange began testing software from startup Skymind that uses deep learning, an advanced form of machine learning, a system designed to better identify patterns and make…

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