Last year, I worked with Anthony Legros and Jean-Baptiste Boisseau on an AI to detect fraudulent emails or websites. This 2-month internship was a great opportunity to discover the world of online scams and to apply my skills in machine learning to a concrete problem: how can we use AI tools to identify email or website addresses that are scams?
Last week, I posted a first article about my internship at LabGenius, a London-based biotech startup. Today, let’s continue with a focus on the tools and various skills this experience helped me develop.
This year, I’m finishing my studies at Polytech Sorbonne. To end my formation in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, I did a 6-month internship; between March and August, I had the chance to work in London at LabGenius.
Last summer, I did a 2-month internship for the French startup HERETIC which has been fighting scams on the Internet for several years now. They offered me an opportunity to test my AI-engineer skills on a practical problem: how can we use machine learning to detect how fraudulent an email or a website address looks?