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Detecting Bitcoin Fraud with Graphs

  • CIC Cambridge, 5th Floor, Venture Cafe 1 Broadway Cambridge, MA, 02142 United States (map)

Analyzing any financial network for thieves and illegal activities is essential. These activities are anomalies that exists in a network in the form of fraudulent/suspicious transactions. Our goal is to perform anomaly detection to detect suspicious users and transactions in the Bitcoin Transaction network to prevent further illegal actions. This analysis could be used in detecting fraud in any kind of financial network.

Join us for a presentation and lively discussion on ways anomaly detection can be done in a graph dataset using graph database like Neo4j.

This talk is hosted by Edlitera. Refreshments are generously provided by Neo4j.

6pm - 6:30pm: Networking + Refreshments courtesy of Neo4j
6:30pm - 7:30pm: Presentation + Q&A
7:30 - 8pm: Networking

About the speaker
Vasanti Mahajan is a passionate Data Scientist specializing in Deep Learning. She is intrigued about using her statistical and mathematical knowledge to build machines that can replicate human intelligence.

Earlier Event: July 31
Tai Chi (New Location)