One of Nvidia's first deep learning in finance lab courses will be taking place on December 5 at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets event.
A Wall Street lawyer believes that a legal case involving the purchase of data for trading purposes is only a matter of time.
For finance analysts, data has always held intrinsic value. But there's never been so much of it.
An expanded programme will include HFT, quantum computing, plus a series of data science classroom seminars.
Finance is a latecomer to the crowdsourcing game, but the benefits it brings are already on show.
Neudata provides hedge funds with metadata about the vast array of alternative data sets.
In fintech as in sport, incorporating new tactics and tools is key to staying ahead of the competition. Today, that means applying algorithms and deep learning to market data.
The photo-sharing site is bringing a new, unintended dimension to how data firms can measure product popularity and decide where to invest.
Startups like EarnUp and Self Lender work to help consumers with financial questions and planning while also protecting them by working with regulators.
Many within capital markets communicate using WhatsApp, WeChat, and Telegram—and these will have to become compliant.
Hedge funds, traditionally thought to be the most secretive of financial institutions, have been proactive in pushing an open source software agenda.
It was only 7 years ago that the sum total of internet traffic exceeded a zetabyte—and that's just a single human brain.
University friends Paul Bilokon and Saeed Amen were inspired by Greek philosophy in founding their startup.
Orbital Insight is monitoring the globe using a mixture of machine learning and satellite-enhanced geo-analytics.
ASI Data Science uses analytics to identify everything from the most polluted parks to underpriced sports stars.
Data Capital Management CEO Michael Beal says traders need the "skill or the will" to join the wave of quantitative traders.
The CEO of Estimize says you need to understand every part of your audience when discussing big data to avoid causing offense.
Dr. David Hand was the keynote speaker at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets conference.
What is predictable and what's just noise?
The data scientist highlights the benefits of a hybrid environment in improving the speed of analysis.