Why Machine Learning Models Often Fail to Learn: QuickTake Q&A

Hedge funds have been in the doldrums and face mounting pressure to justify their fees. Will artificial intelligence come to the rescue? A growing number of hedge funds are putting money behind the idea that a branch of AI called machine learning could provide a way to get back on top. The problems? It’s hard, expensive and prone to failure. 1. What’s machine learning? A software program that searches for patterns in more data than even the most sleep-deprived junior analyst could examine, and then tests its hypotheses against even more data. What can satellite shots of mall parking lots tell you when combined with in-store sales data? Does a default premium of A to B and a yield curve slope of C to D have an E percent chance…


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