Past sibos: Toronto 2017

AI, High Performance Computing and the financial services industry

18 October 2017
08:30 to 09:00
Main conference session Innotribe

AI, High Performance Computing and the financial services industry

HPC applications have typically been used to predict the weather, financial derivative behaviour, or even how a mechanical structure responds to loads. Their approach has traditionally been deductive: start with the Black-Scholes model, run compute-intensive calculations based on input of initial conditions, to then make the needed predictions.

PhD Eng Lim Goh will demonstrate how, with the re-emergence of Machine Learning fuelled by decades of accumulated records and output data from the above applications, scientists and engineers are now starting to also employ the data-intensive inductive approach – and how this will impact the financial industry.

Tracks
Innotribe
Open theatre session
17 October 2017
17:00 to 17:30
Open theatre session Open Theatre 2
Main conference session
18 October 2017
09:00 to 09:45
Main conference session SWIFT Auditorium