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Deja-vu - For those who researched AI for trading and risk before it became a buzzword ...

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 Arthur Rabatin, Head of Market Risk Technology at BNY Mellon

 Saturday, January 27, 2018

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/whos-afraid-artificial-intelligence-d%C3%A9j%C3%A0-vu-story-arthur-rabatin/


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2 comments on article "Deja-vu - For those who researched AI for trading and risk before it became a buzzword ..."

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 Jason DiNozzi, Chief Executive Officer Interglobal Asset Management

 Tuesday, January 30, 2018



Arthur, I couldn't agree more. The misconceptions of what machine learning really is, should eventually be remedied over time. The latest generation of "AI", which we also implement, has proven extremely helpful with tackling problems, which otherwise would just not be possible. A mix of traditional qualitative and quantitative is the future. Great post!


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 John Richardson, ISO Seeking New Challenge - Risk Systems at Systematica Investments

 Friday, February 2, 2018



"borrower rejected by a bank for a mortgage might have been able to argue with the human bank manager, but it is much harder to argue with an algorithm that wrote itself out of a large amount of connected data."

One not be able to argue with the algo, but it might be fairer/less biased, and easier to explain. We just need the right tools and visualisations.

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