JP Morgan AM to Add Chinese, Japanese to Proprietary NLP Tool

The asset manager could one day make its Textual Analytics tool, which reads millions of documents to derive insights, available to the market at large.


JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) is looking to build out its Textual Analytics tool to read Chinese and Japanese documents. Further down the line, it could be a product that the firm commercializes, but it’s not at that stage yet, Kristian West, global head of equity trading and equity data science at JPMAM, tells WatersTechnology.

For now, Textual Analytics, which is used by the firm’s portfolio managers, has been trained only in the English language. It reads millions of documents, ranging

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