- Raghu Anantharam, Head of portfolio risk analytics, Olam International
- Sidharta Dash, Research director, Chartis Research
- Stella Farrington, Head of content, Energy Risk
- André Jäger, Senior vice-president, Energy and commodities product management, Openlink
- Eric Tham, Senior lecturer and consultant of analytics and artificial intelligence, National University of Singapore
With rapid advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and their application in algorithmic trading, energy and commodity companies are feeling pressure not to be left behind in the race for efficiency and improved profit margins as these innovations are rolled out in new trading systems.
Often caught up by buzzwords, companies sometimes have little understanding of what the new technology will actually do for them and their employees.
Key topics discussed include:
- Moving from buzzwords to implementation
- Where energy trading and risk management, and commodity trading and risk management systems fit into the implementation of new technologies
- Using new technologies to improve scenario testing
- Using AI to manage data and access new sources
- The trader’s role in shaping and using these technologies.