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Algorithms Still Need Human Oversight

Q&A with Interactive Brokers founder Thomas Peterffy

Traders Magazine Online News, November 28, 2012

Gregory Bresiger

Human eyes (and minds) are still needed to manage "position risk,'' says algorithmic trading pioneer Thomas Peterffy, because "we never can be sure our algorithms can never go off the deep end."

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