Execs can game sentiment engines, but can they fool LLMs?

Quants are firing up large language models to cut through corporate blather

Corporate chiefs are talking as optimistically as at any time in a decade, but not because they’ve unanimously adopted a rosy outlook. Rather, executives these days are ever mindful that machines are listening to what they say.

It’s a game that has played out for years between investors using quant models to dissect what’s said on earnings calls, and bosses changing their language in response. For a while the bosses seemed to have gained the upper hand. Investors, though, see new potential in

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