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Artificial Intelligence in Fraud

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Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT and Deep Fakes are all terms you will have seen in the news, but what are they and how do they apply to fraud?   

The PDA ‘Artificial Intelligence in Fraud’ one-day course will teach you about the different Artificial Intelligence technologies, and how they are being used to commit fraud.

You will explore how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used to create realistic images of completely fictional people to pass verification/KYC checks, and how large language models can be used to create convincing and persuasive fraudulent emails and documents.

The course will go from the foundation elements of AI up to cutting-edge developments, and provide you with practical methodologies to detect and mitigate artificial intelligence driven fraud.

What the Artificial Intelligence in Fraud Course Programme covers

  • Gain a practical understanding of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks.
  • Understand Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). These are image generation tools, such as Stable Diffusion that can be used to create photo-realistic imagery of people and objects to circumvent verification and KYC procedures.
  • Understand Large Language Models (LLMs). These are text generation tools, such as Chat-GPT which can be used to create convincing text and documents for use in complex fraud and impersonation.
  • Understand how GANs and LLMs are used to commit fraud. Subjects include ‘Deep Fakes’, invoice fraud and persona creation.  
  • Understand current detection and mitigation methodologies, along with the limits of AI generated content.
  • Gain insight into current and near-future developments in the AI space.

Who should attend?

Artificial Intelligence is a threat to the activities of any financial crime, counter fraud, law enforcement, verification, or KYC/AML team.

Whilst this course is centred around counter fraud, the technologies and methodologies covered will be of use to anyone in an investigative or analytical role.

This course is an ideal way for managers and team leaders to gain a strong foundation in this emerging technology.

How will you be taught?

  • This course is classroom based.
  • This course contains a mix of theory and practical exercises.

Assessment and Accreditation Criteria

This one-day classroom course contains several small group practical exercises for students to complete in order to assess their understanding.

Upon completion of the course, students will receive certification.

Duration and Student Numbers

This is a one-day course, of roughly 8 hours. The course is taught in small groups of under 12 students.


  • This course requires no previous technical knowledge, and is open to all.
  • All students are required to bring a laptop that can access the internet.

Why choose PDA?

  • We have a proven track record in the delivery of counter fraud learning programmes.
  • The confidence of knowing that 60% of our business is from returning customers
  • We work in partnership with all of our customers to provide effective learning solutions
  • The learning is enhanced through the use of real-life case studies
  • Students get the chance to assess their level of knowledge through the completion of practical exercises, tests, and written assignments.
  • Our learning provides students with the practical skills and knowledge to effectively carry out their role.
  • Full post Programme support is provided for students with direct access to trainers.
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