UBS Evidence Lab Uses Machine Learning for Maritime Datasets

Financial services firms have been looking to maritime data for economic insight during the coronavirus pandemic.


Financial firms seeking to understand the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak have turned to shipping data from alternative data providers. 

Jeremy Brunelli, managing director, global head of frameworks at UBS Evidence Lab, which specializes in analyzing alternative datasets for financial services firms, says investment firms can compare how different economies are bouncing back after the pandemic through the movement of ships at borders. The dispersal of supply chain bottlenecks, for

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