BlackRock, State Street, AB are making AI work in risk

Risk USA: Fund managers are using new technology to measure liquidity risk and spot their own errors

Artificial intelligence

It’s not all hype.

Risk managers at BlackRock, AllianceBernstein and State Street are finding ways to put artificial intelligence to work on practical problems – from checking how easily bonds will trade to weeding out patterns in operational mistakes.

How much promise AI truly holds for asset managers has split opinion in the industry. Some say it has the potential to deliver massive time and cost savings, while others worry that machines will see non-existent meaning in thin data, miss

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