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Security Flaws in Trading Platforms

August 22nd, 2018 No comments

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder

A recent report on security issues of popular trading platforms has attracted wide audience attention to this important aspect. Thanks to watchdogs Read more…

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How to achieve artificial empathy?

July 30th, 2018 No comments

artificial empathy

It is essential to understand, that not all software needs to recognize emotional tone and then act differently. The need for artificial empathy, for example, would be of little benefit when scheduling a meeting or looking up a recipe. There are, however, sensitive areas such as Read more…

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Making a Financial Chatbot

May 18th, 2018 No comments

Financial Chatbot

Chatbots are everywhere. But what is a chatbot? How can you build your own? In this article we describe several tools and techniques to get you started.

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Chameleon v.12 Release Notes

April 17th, 2018 No comments

The following release notes report a complete changelog from v.7 to v.12. 

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How to Use Chatbots in the Online Trading Industry

April 2nd, 2018 1 comment

How interactive agents with AI capabilities can help brokers to convert, activate and engage traders.

Financial companies are known to be mostly conservative, and currently their chatbots tend to offer semi-automated support services and basic information related to the account of the user, such as statements. Brokerage firms move slowly and typically limit their offerings to stock prices or general information about the markets.

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All Power to Engineers

May 30th, 2012 No comments

Andrey Annenkov, Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, independent IT analyst, for RIA Novosti.

The ACM-ICPC (Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest) sponsored by IBM was won by the Russians yesterday.

Here are the final results. To make sense of this table is more difficult than to understand than the scoring used in football, as the ICPC scores not only goals (problem solved) but also takes into consideration the time spent, the number of failed attempts and the efficiency of the code itself. But, as in any sport, victory is what counts. Among the twelve winners, three were our teams (the ICPC awards four each of gold, silver and bronze medals).

The Saint Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO) was the grand prize winner. Gold was also awarded to the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), and Moscow State University (MSU) received bronze. Saratov State University placed 13th, being just one step away from medals, but still a step ahead of Stanford.

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