Outside the Box: Investors will either use artificial intelligence or fall behind

Can artificial intelligence replace portfolio managers? That’s the latest question facing an institutional asset management industry grappling with the rise of passive strategies and a wave of consolidation, factors already disrupting traditional fee structures.

Now, AI is adding a new challenge: Learn how to harness this technology to boost investment performance or risk being left behind. Our research suggests that AI is not a silver bullet that can replace a portfolio manager anytime soon. What it can do, however, is improve existing strategies.

AI is an umbrella term for a group of interconnected technologies, including machine learning, neural networks and deep-learning tools that can make sense of large and growing pools of data.

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