For Effective AI, Domain Knowledge often Trumps Analytics

Speakers at Waters USA point to people taking a bigger role in the understanding of data and aligning it with domain knowledge.

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Just deploying analytics and artificial intelligence to make business and trading decisions is not the end goal, as companies must make sure the data actually aligns with reality, said technology executives at the Waters USA conference, held in New York on December 3.

Therefore, domain knowledge, rather than observations coming specifically from numbers, may be more important.

Victor Tewari, senior technology officer for global capital markets and corporate banking technology at Bank of

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