AI Has Become So Popular In Picking Stocks That It's Become Ineffective

October 2017    by MarketWatch

One of the biggest trends among asset managers in recent years has been the use of artificial intelligence in managing investments. These companies have employed powerful computers to mine massive data sets—including corporate commentary, social media chatter, credit-card data, and other statistics difficult for humans to discern patterns—and then developing portfolios based on that analysis. This trend raises the question of, if everyone is using AI, then does the benefit of using AI evaporate? In this MarketWatch article, CIO Jordi Visser offers his thoughts on the passionate views on both sides of this debate.

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