Bruce Fador

Technology Can't Fully Replace Human Judgement and Intuition

Technology now comprises a big part of today's trading landscape, perhaps most of it. Beyond just automating what used be to manual tasks, technology has encroached well into the "thinking"; parts of a trader's job. The key question for firms is where to draw the line. How much of the human touch should they outsource to machines?

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April 2014 Edition

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