Nasdaq's Lessons in Machine Learning Yield New Surveillance Tool

The offering, which took more than a year to build, combines deep, transfer and human-in-the-loop loop learning to find patterns.

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Yesterday, Nasdaq announced the launch of its new AI-powered market surveillance tools for finding patterns of abusive behavior. Underpinning the new technology are subsets of machine learning (ML): deep learning, for analyzing extremely complex relationships and understanding hidden insights within massive data sets; transfer learning, which involves training new models based on older ones to allow scale and save time; and human-in-the-loop learning, which requires human interaction to weed out

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