Conference Day One: 16 September 2019
Monday, September 16th, 2019
Within the context of (investment) decision making our reliance on human judgment alone, unaided by computers, is going to decrease. Furthermore relying fully on algorithms and data driven insights is also not without challenges. Traditional wisdom says a combination of human and machine should yield better decision outcomes. But which model of collaboration between humans and algorithm is most ideal? What challenges one might face in building such a collaborative model? How can we translate the insights from data science and behavioral science into a robust and repeatable investment process? In this talk I will address some of the above points within the context of multi asset investing.
Conference Day Two: 17 September 2019
Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
9:15 AM Panel: Man vs. machine
The perceived wisdom is that as human and machine brains have quite different strengths and abilities, the combination of both capabilities will offer the most effective solutions. But for how long will this remain the case? Does the vast increase in data to be modeled; advanced algorithms and new deep learning techniques mean that a machine-only advantage will be reached in the near future?