Financial Investing

Financial Investing

Applying Artificial Intelligence to Financial Investing, the Law and other Social Sciences

Artificial intelligence techniques have long been applied to financial investing scenarios to determine market inefficiencies, criteria for credit scoring, and bankruptcy prediction, to name a few. While there are many subfields to artificial intelligence this work seeks to identify the most commonly applied AI techniques to financial investing as appears in academic literature. AI techniques, such as knowledge-based, machine learning, and natural language processing, are integrated into systems that simultaneously address data identification, asset valuation, and risk management. Future trends will continue to integrate hybrid artificial intelligence techniques into financial investing, portfolio optimization, and risk management. The remainder of this subject summarizes key contributions of applying AI to financial investing as appears in the academic literature.[1]


Notes and References

  1. Hayden Wimmer, Roy Rada, “Applying Artificial Intelligence to Financial Investing” (Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 4th Edition, Information Resources Management Association, 2018)