Financial media beats social, as DB launches artificial intel tool

Deutsche Bank said on Wednesday that it had launched a new artificial intelligence tool called alpha-DIG, to comb unstructured, text-based information and help investors incorporate more non-financial factors into their analysis. The tool will use legitimate financial news rather than social media sources, as well as looking at corporate reporting.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 26 Apr 2018
“The goal is to provide an objective way to quantify intangibles,” said Andy Moniz, chief data scientist for dbDIG, Deutsche’s big-data group. “It looks for the most similar companies in the most similar situations and flags up case studies. That gives analysts a starting point for how to ...

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