Aug. 20, 2023, 3:58 a.m. | /u/sirquincymac

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The Oz Tax Office has found itself in a bit of a pickle. They lost up to $4.6 billion in fraud due to people following some basic steps off TikTok. Roughly 56k fraudulent participants all up.

Not every day you read about "gradient boosting machine learning models" in your local paper. Thought I would share 😀

Interesting to see the real world applications of things many only encounter in the world of Kaggle (myself included!)


https://thechainsaw.com/business/ai-tax-the-ato-is-using-artificial-intelligence-to-recover-billions/

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