The iGaming space is able to protect itself better as AI continues to find new uses
Important company documents have always been authenticated by a verifiable signature. With the advancement in technology, it is now legally possible to add signatures to electronic documents, facilitating the process of signing new agreements. This is particularly beneficial in the iGaming space, which operates across borders and is constantly updating and altering its relationships. Platforms like jSign.com and others have made the creation of digital signatures easier than ever, and artificial intelligence (AI) is taking things a step further by helping ensure the signatures are authentic and not forged.
By their nature, most digital signatures are generally reliable and safe from forgery, as they include three basic characteristics, authentication, integrity and nonrepudiation. These make them a good choice for securing and authenticating online documents; however, like with any other program, digital signatures aren’t completely safe from cybercrime and forgery. This is where AI is helping the digital document segment, using neural networks to identify potential problems.
Neural networks can detect forgeries in different types of file systems, documents and transactions. They are based on algorithms that function similarly to the human neural system, but rely on a network of artificial electronic neurons. Neural networks have the capability of adapting to different inputs, learning as they receive more data so they are better equipped to fulfill their tasks. Because neural networks function like the human brain, they can detect anomalies, even in signatures. They’re also used for forecasting, risk modeling and fraud detection by iGaming operators. This allows them to provide a safer and more enjoyable gaming experience for users, while ensuring their systems are protected and less prone to intrusion.