AI Machines Tackle Data Overload for Human Overlords

Not only is market data disseminated faster today than ever, but there is also more data than ever before, leading to more automation of the collection, storage and analysis of data—not just to support algorithmic trading, but also qualitative analysis by individuals. At a time when data volumes have grown beyond what human traders and analysts can keep track of manually, the industry is adopting new artificial intelligence tools to automate the extraction of insight from large datasets

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