GenAI and HFT: A competitive edge?

Timing is critical in the capital markets. IBM researchers say genAI’s predictive abilities in combination with AI/ML models can translate into profitable HFT opportunities.

Generative AI, rooted in predictive recommendation capabilities, operates on the foundations of deep learning foundational models, which use large language models (LLMs) to delve into intricate patterns and relationships within complex data. These models can be fine-tuned and contextualized to deliver specific tasks, demonstrating an impressive ability to foresee outcomes.

For instance, the advanced language model GPT4 showcases its predictive prowess by anticipating the next word in a sentence

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As well as reducing settlement failures, IBM researchers believe generative AI can provide investment managers with improved research, prioritization, and allocation resources.

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