Dec 12, 2023
Can Anyone Build AI In Their Garage?
The concept of building a startup in your garage is deeply rooted in Silicon Valley lore. Apple and HP famously started from those humble beginnings. With the democratization of AI tools and platforms, it’s entirely possible that a single person or small group could develop a novel AI algorithm application in a metaphorical “garage.” Open-source libraries like TensorFlow, PyTorch, and scikit-learn, combined with affordable cloud computing resources, have made AI development accessible to many.
Nov 17, 2023
The Present Realities Of AI In Investment Management
The clear value proposition of any novel technology can be elusive at the beginning; the shock to an established system of a completely new way of doing something creates a mix of excitement and confusion that can be difficult to quantify. On one hand, there’s the inevitable astonishment at the sheer magnitude of new possibilities the emerging technology represents, but that is often followed by an inability to articulate in the end, what value those new possibilities actually might have.
Oct 31, 2023
Machine Learning In AI Delivers Previously Unattainable Benefits, With Kaiju’s Nicholas Subryan
Nicholas Subryan, Head of Artificial Intelligence at Kaiju, discusses the history of AI and machine learning. Nicholas examines the technological phases and applications of artificial intelligence over time. Explaining the power of modern machine learning today, he emphasizes the value of data crunching capability and pattern recognition, which are the basis for how Kaiju has built out its autonomous trading systems.
Oct 20, 2023
AI's Impact On Investing: Kaiju, The DIP ETF, And The Next Big Disruption With CEO Ryan Pannell
Kaiju Global Chair and CEO Ryan Pannell talks to Benzinga’s Jordan Robertson about Kaiju’s history using AI, the DIP ETF, and where AI is going in investment management - as well as where the next big technology disruption might occur.
Oct 12, 2023
21 AI Terms Every Investor Needs To Know
Investors have already been using artificial intelligence for decades and, as the technology becomes more powerful, it will play an increasingly more active role in investment management. However, the terms used to describe AI are not always clear.