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Artificial intelligence veterans launch trading system in Germany

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Matthias Knab, Opalesque for New Managers:

Volker Dischler and Julian Moore have founded Cognitive Trading to leverage complexity theory to multiply the power of artificial intelligence.

Dischler has 25 years' experience in the financial industry. He studied business administration at the University of Cologne, and wrote his diploma thesis on financial forecasting and trading systems based on artificial intelligence. Before founding Quant Trading in 2005, he implemented hybrid (ANN, GA, fuzzy logic) trading systems for Goldman Sachs, launched the division technical trading systems & managed futures at Portfolio Concept, and worked in Equity Derivatives Trading at WestLB. He was also responsible for project management of AI-based investment strategies in a collaboration with Siemens-Nixdorf.

AI practitioners and investors at NextGen Alpha AI Investor Conference March 30th

Volker Dischler and Julian Moore will be speaking at the NextGen Alpha AI Investor Conference March 30th at the Frankfurt Airport Sheraton hotel (see here for more details), offering an exciting exchange between investment management professionals (who employ AI in their products) and professional ......................

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