AI is nothing more than a series of data inputs that are classified, linked to outputs and, with the help of algorithms, used to identify patterns that move from the inputs to the outputs.

Existing AI is not strong enough to make good investment decisions alone - the data often isn't good enough and the external conditions too complex.

But a method that combines the quantitative with the fundamental investment process could soon be in a powerful position to make the best decisions overall.

Henk-Jan Rikkerink

Henk-Jan Rikkerink