Man and machine need each other – Systematica CEO

“The errors made by humans and robots are different,” says Leda Braga

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Self-driving cars may have already begun to replace human drivers but the end goal of AI in asset management should not be fully autonomous investing, according to Leda Braga, chief executive of $8.2 billion quant hedge fund Systematica Investments.

“Autonomous investing is not the target. The target is the powerful association of machine learning and human investment management skills,” she said, speaking at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit on February 6.

Braga described a case study

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