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Hedge Funds Slow to Adopt Future Technologies

A few firms have taken steps this year to boost their use of machine learning and artificial intelligence, but a new survey shows adoption of these technologies by hedge funds hasn’t caught up to the hype.

  • By Stephen Taub

       Photo credit: Bigstock Despite the success of firms like D.E. Shaw, Renaissance Technologies, Two Sigma, and other computer-driven shops, hedge fund firms are seemingly moving at a deliberate pace to integrate machine learning and artificial intelligence. In a new survey of 93 hedge fund managers and commodity trading advisors (CTAs) published

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