Negative News Screening: Processing Foreign Languages

By Hugo Chamberlain
On: 19 December, 2022,
Categories: Adverse Media, AI, Continuous Monitoring, Explainable AI, Fintech, KYC

As we addressed in our latest adverse media post, there is an array of categories—and subcategories— of negative news screening that need to be properly screened for accurate and relevant results. But how do people look for and analyse adverse media in foreign languages? And why is this still so difficult?

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