Machine Learning Takes Hold in the Capital Markets: Some Examples

WatersTechnology looks at 16 projects in the capital markets that involve machine learning to show where the industry is heading.

Let’s be honest: the term “machine learning” has been bastardized in recent years as some companies try to use it interchangeably with artificial intelligence, or even just to describe a souped-up Excel spreadsheet. But machine learning (ML) is a specific type of artificial intelligence (AI), with subsets for supervised learning (regressions, decision trees and random forests), unsupervised learning (clustering, principal component analysis…various forms of neural networks fall into both

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