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October 2018

Financial revolution – Sentiment Analysis, AI and Machine Learning

When: October 30, 2018
Where: Hilton Zurich Airport, Hohenbühlstrasse 10, 8152, Opfikon
Organiser: UniCom
This conference will help demystify the buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) and differentiate the reality from the hype. Learn about how companies can benefit from the unprecedented progress in AI technologies. Participants will be presented with insights on how they can explore technological advances. Topics to be covered include: fundamentals and applications of machine learning and deep learning; pattern classifiers, natural language processing (NLP) and AI applied to data, text and multi-media; sentiment scores combined with neo-classical models of finance; financial analytics underpinned by qualitative and quantitative methods; predictive and normative analysis applied to finance; behavioural and cognitive science; and the future of AI and its impact on industries. The programme includes the latest state-of-the-art research, practical applications and case studies.

November 2018

Greenwich Economic Forum

When: November 15-16, 2018
Where: Delamar Hotel, 500 Steamboat Road, Greenwich, CT 06830
Organisers: Connecticut Hedge Fund Association, Town of Greenwich, Greenwich Business Institute and Markets Group
The Greenwich Economic Forum is a gathering of the world’s most influential alternative managers and allocators. The forum will bring together more than 300 of the world’s leading minds in finance and public policy to discuss and debate the global risk environment. The forum will be a high level (CEO, CIO) summit for global leaders in asset management, finance and financial policy. Many of Greenwich’s most famous managers will be speaking, including Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates and Paul Tudor Jones of Tudor Investment, in addition to other world-class managers, investors and government and business leaders, domestically and internationally. Some of the topics to be discussed include: global capital markets in a world in transition; strategic asset allocation; global private market investing; Chinas financial markets; the importance of culture in business success; direct lending and the rise of private credit; the potential of artificial intelligence, algorithmic decision making and the singularity; private equity investment and others. Roundtable discussions include election results in worlds markets, managing political risk, US-China trade, emerging markets, Blockchain, cryptocurrency, machine learning, distressed debt (US and international) and other alternative assets.