Artificial Intelligence, Academia And Robo 2.0

Loading Other Articles… [The Institute for Innovation Development interview series invites innovation experts, innovative business leaders and emerging fintech companies to talk to our readers about their latest innovation activities. The series seeks to learn from innovative business creators, uncover innovation best practices, and discover how to apply these insights into a financial services business model. We recently sat down with co-founders Andrew Dassori and Mark Landis of Wavelength Capital Management—an innovative money management firm leading the efforts in connecting academia and artificial intelligence to the investment process.] Hortz: Your firm has allocated substantial resources to apply artificial intelligence to investing. How exactly are you executing this and what are you learning? Dassori: Marvin Minsky, the founder of the artificial intelligence lab at MIT, breaks the field down into three basic approaches: connectionist…


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