Chartis: Spotlight on Graph Analytics in Finance

Think of ‘graph analytics’ (GA) and you might think of quants poring over bar graphs and pie charts. In fact, GA is something else entirely: a powerful tool for mapping networks, relationships and interactions between people, organizations and objects. So far GA’s most celebrated uses are in analyzing social media data. But it is in the financial services industry that the technology can be transformational, especially when used to underpin Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based analytics

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