Utilizing Artificial Intelligence for Institutional Trading

Portware’s director of research speaks about artificial intelligence.

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There are many uses for artificial intelligence (AI), and the promise of what's to come is both exhilarating and scary. But before it becomes the source of a dystopian future, AI is being harnessed to help develop smarter techniques and predictive analytics for institutional trading.

Portware, a developer of automated trading solutions, and which was acquired by FactSet this past October, has been using AI and machine learning techniques since 2007 for trade execution services, according to

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