Computer Science Students Present Breadcrumb Fraud Protection Capstone Project


Rural Reimagined recognizes and congratulates Bentley Burgess, Mateo Gannod, Keadin Hull, Ryan MacGregor, Jordan Myers, and Carli Williams from the Computer Science Program on presenting their Capstone project at Tennessee Tech’s Engineering Expo. Their project was titled “Breadcrumb Fraud Protection,” and the main goal of this project was to create “a data pipeline that accepts a dataset from an API, formats the incoming data, passes the new request to the fraud detection model, and returns a verdict based on the model’s results.” This provides fraud detection as a service feature for the company’s data pipeline. Congrats to this team for their hard work, which directly impacts our rural areas, and successfully completing their Capstone. To read the whole story, visit Wings up!

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