Tony Guida, Executive Director - Senior Quant Research, RAM Active Investments
| May 30, 2019
Tony reviews some of the main misperceptions and wrong assumptions about applications of Machine Learning in systematic investments. Watch the highlights below, you can request access to slides and the full video.
Application of Machine Learning in quant investments has been one of the most overhyped topics for the last 3 years. Even if nowadays most of the academic and practitioners acknowledged the benefits of Machine Learning, common misperceptions regarding the field of application of ML are still used to discredit it in quant investments.
This session was held at the
RavenPack Research Symposium held in London on May 23, 2019
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