Bill invites “rocket scientist” Jeff Glickman to the studio for this latest episode of “Squashing the Market.” Bill and Jeff explore one of the most complex and intriguing topics in finance and technology today: the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its use in the investment world. Jeff is uniquely positioned to explain this topic. Listen to the February 18. 2020 podcast ‘Squashing the Market with Bill Ullman’ here.
For Immediate Release: Highland Park, IL – July 7, 2020 – J4 Capital, artificial superintelligence adviser, today announced the appointment of the firm’s Chief Operating Officer David Oring as Manager, leading the firm’s business and administrative capabilities. Bringing 25 years of financial industry operations, trading and technology experience at several wealth management and investment banking organizations to J4 Capital, David is continuing to lead this investment firm’s scaling of operations and technology, reporting to Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Jeff Glickman who created the first artificial superintelligence, utilizing the inherent advantages of AI to invest capital in the financial markets. Full press release published via Cision-PRWeb
Selon Jeff Glickman, 60% des prédictions de son IA sont justes: un score au-delà des meilleurs fonds spéculatifs. Une intelligence artificielle aurait-elle découvert le graal boursier? Repéré par Ophélie Surcouf sur Fast Company
Jeff Glickman spent decades building an AI to rival the best minds on Wall Street. Is it possible that he’s cracked the code? “Can an artificial intelligence learn to beat the stock market?” By William D. Cohan – FastCompany.com (May 18, 2020)
Jeff Glickman, Speaker, Battle Blitz Webinar Series (April 30, 2020): Crisis Alpha – Quant managers described how they turn data sets into winning strategies to generate returns to beat their benchmarks.
Jeff Glickman, Speaker: OMRF’s Annual Estate Planning Seminar. (October 2019) Artificial intelligence tools are rapidly changing how businesses analyze data, enabling them to predict trends and outcomes, make better decisions, and work more efficiently and accurately.