How AI is shaking up traditional finance trading

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The financial services industry was one of the first to adopt Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the early 80s. The complexity of the markets led to significantly larger data sets than found in other sectors and, along with the need for improved customer experience and efficiency, meant financial services as a sector was more willing than others to adopt the emerging technology. Historically, decision-making in traditional trading was based on human intuition and extensive knowledge of finance and economics. However, with developments in computing and evolving technologies, many of the bigg...

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