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(Last Updated On: November 10, 2016)

Why machine learning cannot learn the stock market

Has Machine Learning failed the hedge fund industry?

Anthony Ledford and his colleagues at Man AHL spent three painstaking years building a machine-learning model to do something mere mortals often can’t: find fresh ideas in an avalanche of data.

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“When people talk about machine learning, I suppose it’s 65 percent a marketing gimmick and 35 percent substance. But that 35 percent can be very good.”

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