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Naturally Intelligent – Deploying AI systems into a live environment

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Artificial Intelligence in Practice - Deploying AI Systems into a Live Environment. What are some of the key considerations when deploying Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning-based systems into a production environment?
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Powering Up – handling HPC to boost alpha and risk management

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The complexities surrounding the Banking, Finance and Insurance sector today have led to a significant growth in the use of grid computing and high-performance computing (HPC) for computationally-intensive tasks. What are the key considerations that firms should take into account when putting together the necessary infrastructure to support their computationally-intensive needs?
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Go with the flow – are financial firms ready for the data capture challenge?

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As firms prepare for new regulation, capturing and storing transaction data will no longer be enough. Regulators will also want to see granular data on quotes, accurately timestamped. This will present substantial technological hurdles. What kind of cost-effective solutions cans firms put in place, and what are the benefits to be gained by taking a […]
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Naturally intelligent: Embedding operational AI in financial services

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In this paper, Dan Barnes and Mike O’Hara of The Realization Group investigate the real-world applications of AI within financial business today, taking use cases from experts in the field and exploring the choices firms need to face in order to overcome hurdles in implementation. Speaking with Rael Cline of MediaGamma, Jonty Field at Quantitative […]
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Powering Up: Handling high-performance computing to boost alpha and risk management

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The complexities surrounding the Banking, Finance and Insurance sector today have led to a significant growth in the use of grid computing and high-performance computing (HPC) for computationally-intensive tasks. These are many and varied, and include areas such as derivative pricing, risk analytics, quantitative modelling, portfolio optimisation, and bank stress testing.
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Future-proofing for FinTech with Network Innovation

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In this article, Mike O’Hara and Adam Cox of The Realization Group explore the world of network infrastructure and connectivity as banks and other financial services providers find themselves in the midst of an explosion of Financial Technology (FinTech) activity, one which is driving more and more firms to higher levels of digitisation. There are […]
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Building the future of finance

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In this article, Mike O’Hara, publisher of The Trading Mesh, examines the infrastructure needs for financial markets firms as use cases for artificial intelligence and machine learning expand, with John Denheen of Tyler Capital, KPMG’s Robert Mirsky, Trade Informatics’ Aaron Schweiger, Sybenetix’s Taras Chaban, Jan Machacek of Cake Solutions, Michael Cooper of BT Global Banking […]
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Forex flows to the East

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Foreign exchange trading has long been concentrated in the financial hubs of London, New York and Tokyo, but as major western markets face up to structural and macroeconomic challenges, turnover is beginning to shift to Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai. In this article, Mike O’Hara and Joel Clark of The Realization Group discuss this with […]
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What is the Future of Voice & Collaboration in Financial Services?

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Five experts examine the business benefits, and challenges, from voice integration and collaboration in financial services. Voice trading represents a sizeable part of business for many firms and as technology advances, they are looking to reduce costs and integrate voice activity with other operations. Regulation and compliance have been drivers, but they are only part […]
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Going with the flow: Are financial firms ready for the data capture challenge?

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In this article, Mike O’Hara and Adam Cox of The Realization Group look at the challenges facing the financial industry as firms prepare for new regulation requiring them to capture, store and provide far more trade-related data than ever before. No longer will transaction data be enough. Regulators want granular data on quotes and timestamps, […]
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