Stefan Tittel, CEO of AI-driven investment firm Quantumrock, said that AI and machine learning will have a great impact on returns this coming year.
He remarked that 2021 will likely be another year of increased volatility. “Machines will continue to be on the lookout for opportunities throughout all points of the market cycle,” said Tittel. “Uncertainty is the most significant challenge facing investors. With AI, this uncertainty is handed to an algorithm where the predictions and timings are completely automated.”
Perhaps the greatest strength of AI is that emotional and cognitive biases can be . . .
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