What’s the Difference Between AI, ML, Deep Learning, and Active Learning?

https://www.datanami.com/2019/09/17/whats-the-difference-between-ai-ml-deep-learning-and-active-learning/

Kiran VajapeyToday, the terms artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are often used interchangeably. While the terms are related, they mean different things. We map out how they all relate to one another, so your team can find the best candidates, best approaches and best frameworks as you embark upon your AI journey.

Why You Are Probably Using the Wrong Technology in Capital Markets

https://tabbforum.com/opinions/why-you-are-probably-using-the-wrong-technology-in-capital-markets/

Steve Grob – Some firms have already seen the writing on the wall. Hg’s Director of research, David Toms, points out that Goldman Sachs has increased its spend on technology by 48% while simultaneously reducing staff expenditure by 13% over the past 5 years.

Trading Favors the Technologist: The Buy-Side Technology Arms Race

https://tabbforum.com/opinions/trading-favors-the-technologist-the-buy-side-technology-arms-race/

Campbell PetersWhile buy-side firms have built out their technology and analytics teams considerably, most firms still outsource execution algos from their brokers. This is especially true for fundamental firms, as quantitative firms are more likely to develop some of their algos in-house. These quant firms have been the most willing to adopt emerging technologies, such as machine learning and AI, since they have the resources to develop and test the functionality in-house if needed.

Buy Side Turning to Technology to Meet Today’s Challenges

https://tabbforum.com/opinions/buy-side-turning-to-technology-to-meet-todays-challenges/

Monica Summerville – The practical reality of this means robotic process automation (RPA), as opposed to AI – e.g., machine learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques – are more likely to be implemented to start.

MSCI to Strengthen Climate Risk Capability with Acquisition of Carbon Delta

https://business.financialpost.com/pmn/press-releases-pmn/business-wire-news-releases-pmn/msci-to-strengthen-climate-risk-capability-with-acquisition-of-carbon-delta

Business Wire – Founded in 2015, Carbon Delta is a global leader for climate change scenario analysis. Together, MSCI and Carbon Delta will create an extensive climate risk assessment and reporting offering for the institutional market, providing global investors with solutions to help them better understand the impact of climate change on their investment portfolios and comply with mandatory and voluntary climate risk disclosure initiatives and requirements.