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Quantitative Finance

An AI-powered Quant Fund

Tata Mutual Fund has launched 'Tata Quant Fund', an AI/ML powered fund using a proprietary quant framework. It will combine multiple rule engines and predictive models to create investment portfolios that are aimed at maximizing returns during up-trend markets and minimizing losses during down trends. Broad and persistent factors of stock returns are used for building rule engines for portfolio creation. The machine language powered predictive algorithms decide on the basis of prevailing market and macro-economic conditions. Long position in selected portfolio is taken only for months where predicted return is positive. During months when negative returns are predicted, the strategy uses derivatives to hedge the gross long equity position held previously. Read More

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Finance

AI to Offer Personalised Investment Advisory

Kristal.AI offers a digitally-enhanced wealth management platform that allows its customers to invest in global and diversified strategies. These strategies are created using a bionic approach, using a combination of AI-powered asset curation and human expertise. On the AI side, the company employs its proprietary algorithm GAIAA. GAIAA helps it cherry-pick the best exchange-traded funds from the pool, runs simulations to check for the strength of each portfolio and automatically monitors portfolio performance. On the human side, Kristal.AI claims to have an in-house investment committee made up of experts who have spent years in the trading and financial domain and have a cumulative experience of 120+ years in the industry. Read More

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Finance

Now an AI-Powered Capital Markets Related Learning Platform

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) has launched an AI-powered learning platform called the NSE Knowledge Hub. The NSE Knowledge Hub will curate content for learners from many internal, external and premium sources for a personalized learning experience. Spearheaded by NSE Academy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NSE, the platform seeks to collaborate with organisations in the BFSI industry, to enhance skills of their employees and academic institutions, to prepare future-ready talent for the financial services industry. Read More

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Taxation

An AI-Based Smart Tax Model

China’s Shenzhen Taxation Bureau and Ping An Insurance have signed an agreement to develop a ‘smart tax’ model using AI, blockchain and other technologies. Shenzhen Tax Bureau and Ping An will be working together to develop a single window for management of taxation for all types of taxpayers in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. The companies plan to develop a one-stop system by leveraging fintech for all tax-related scenarios and reduce risks and fraud while improving efficiency. Read More

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Healthcare

AI Can Spot Bowel Cancer at Early Stages

Researchers have developed a new AI system which can help identify patients with bowel cancer. The scientists leveraged AI techniques to develop a less invasive diagnostic method that can detect bowel cancer in at-risk patients. According to the study, the technology works by screening for methylation markers, which are chemical modifications to DNA which are frequently found in tumors. The researchers first created a diagnostic model based on nine methylation markers associated with bowel cancer, which they identified by studying samples of the blood component plasma from 801 patients with the malignant disease, as well as 1,021 controls. This model accurately distinguished patients from healthy individuals with a sensitivity of 87.5%. Read More

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Healthcare

AI Comes to the Operating Room

Brain surgeons are bringing AI and new imaging techniques into the operating room, to diagnose tumors as accurately as pathologists, and much faster. The new approach streamlines the standard practice of analyzing tissue samples while the patient is still on the operating table, to help guide brain surgery and later treatment. In addition to speeding up the process, the new technique can also detect some details that traditional methods may miss, like the spread of a tumor along nerve fibers. Read More

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Automobile

AI to Prevent Attacks on Cars’ Electronic Systems

German-based engineering company, Robert Bosch GmbH is using AI to reduce the risk that hackers will be able to trick cars’ electronic systems into misinterpreting road signs. The company has introduced a parallel AI process that uses computer vision, where algorithms seek to emulate human visual-processing systems. The idea is to analyze an object from two different perspectives and compare them against each other. The Bosch defense is based on the fact that this type of attack is designed to foil a particular element of the autonomous vehicle, in this case the neural network that is trained to identify images such as stop signs. The remedy involves the use of a separate system, computer vision, that wasn’t targeted by the malicious actors. Read More

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“Quantum Computing, a revolution in technology, has shown great promise towards solving complex computing problems currently outside the capabilities of current computers. Though in its infancy, we at Decimal Point Analytics strongly believe that it is going to grow exponentially in the near future. It holds the potential not only to boost the AI revolution but also transform the way data is synthesized. The articles on Quantum computing will give an insight into the recent developments in this space.”

 
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Quantum Computing

A Quantum Breakthrough Brings a Technique from Astronomy to the Nano-Scale

Researchers at Columbia University and University of California, San Diego, have introduced a novel "multi-messenger" approach to quantum physics that signifies a technological leap in how scientists can explore quantum materials. The work was inspired by "multi-messenger" astrophysics, which emerged during the last decade as a revolutionary technique for the study of distant phenomena like black hole mergers. Read More

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