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[悬赏]人工智能和大数据已经成为了金融诈骗滥用的工具 (已翻译50%)

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英文原文:AI, Big Data May Become Tools For Elder Financial Abuse
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admin 发布于 2017-03-23 18:11:19 (共 4 段, 本文赏金: 10元)
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 人工智能,大数据和虚拟现实可能成为诈骗老人财产的工具。
 在互联网时代,古老的直接邮件和电话邀约仍然是慈善诈骗犯骗取老人最常用的手段,因为老人们更愿意通过这些方式做慈善。

然而,自从人工智能,大数据和虚拟现实变得廉价以后,这些技术有能力赋予诈骗犯们前所未有的秘密知识——关于如何触发个人情感

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 此外,自动拨号软件,已经并将一直会是慈善诈骗犯的首选工具。美国联邦贸易委员会的律师特雷西Thorliefson周二在一次她领导的非营利征集欺诈的会议上表示。


“被操纵的潜在可能巨大”,哥伦比亚大学非营利组织管理计划的教练Marcia Stepanek在由FTC和全国国家慈善官员协会联合主办的谈判会议上说道。


此次活动的专家对大众群众慈善机构发出了几个警告。


他们指出,有关慈善募捐的国家法律不能保证能够保护到这些场所的捐赠者,捐助者很难核实请求者所叙述的请求资助的说法的真实性。



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Kickstarter doesn’t allow charitable solicitations, but GoFundMe does.

The experts criticized some of the crowdfunding sites for not making it clear to donors that donations to individuals for their own use are not tax deductible.

It is unlikely a social media charity campaign that goes viral (think the ALS Association’s Ice Bucket Challenge, which raised $115 million in eight weeks) could become a modus operandi for fraudsters because the huge publicity would attract the attention of regulators, Notre Dame Law School Professor Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer told the session.

Georgetown University Law Professor David Vladeck said scamsters cannot use the Constitution’s guarantee of free speech to keep regulators and law enforcement agencies from their doors.

He noted the Supreme Court has made clear fraud has no place in charitable solicitation and there is no first amendment protection for false statements.
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“Fraud keeps getting bigger and bigger and bigger. Consumer education has to be as incessant as the flood of solicitations consumers they get,” said Mark Pacella, a decades-long expert in charity fraud with the Pennsylvania State Attorney General’s Office.

Among the factoids that came out at the event:

•    Charitable giving by Americans has been stuck at 2 percent of disposable income for 40 years.
•    Millennials are giving less than baby boomers did when they were that age.
•    Giving by individuals to secular causes has seen less of a decline than donations to religion.
•    Women are making charitable donations via crowdfunding more frequently than men because they are more active on social media.
•    Adults who engage in environmental, social and governance investing don’t take that money out of the same pot they use for charitable giving although the motivations for the use of their money may be similar in both cases.

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