The stock market’s robot revolution started in a classroom at UC-Berkeley
|11/28/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Equbot’s AI Powered Equity ETF uses IBM’s Watson technology to construct a stock portfolio. It uses machine learning to make rational investment decisions.
- The original idea for the fund was synthesized in a classroom at UC-Berkeley, where founders Chida Khatua and Art Amador met during an entrepreneurship class.
- Khatua’s background in AI and machine learning complemented Amador’s history in private wealth management, and the duo decided to launch an exchange-traded fund.
When Art Amador worked in private wealth management at Fidelity, his clients expected him to know absolutely everything.