Artificial Intelligence | How Trill A.I. Works2018-12-11T16:51:10+00:00

A branch of computer science, artificial intelligence makes it possible for machines to mimic the learning and problem-solving behaviors of humans through intelligent and intuitive computer-driven decision making.

The primary method for tackling such complex analytical tasks is through machine learning. As a subset of artificial intelligence, machine learning uses statistical methods to identify patterns, trends and strategies that lie within data.

Given the volume of structured data now available, artificial intelligence has become highly relevant across all industries. Business analysts and researchers are deploying artificial intelligence applications to quickly process information, identify data-driven trends and make decisions to improve business performance.

How Trill A.I. puts artificial intelligence to work

Systematic, quantitative strategies have been part of the financial sector’s decision-making process for decades: from quantitative factor investing to statistical arbitrage and high frequency trading. However, systematic, quantitative strategies do not equate to artificial intelligence.

Over the years, the definition of AI has become convoluted and obscured. With automation technology like robo-advisors flooding the market, many are unclear of what true AI-powered decision making should look like within the financial sector.

Trill A.I. is changing that perception and bringing clarity to the power of artificial intelligence. By leveraging cutting-edge machine learning techniques that advance the research and analysis process for investment management, Trill is delivering AI solutions that will soon be fiduciary obligations for all investment processes and houses to integrate.

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Why didn’t I prioritize this sooner?

(It’s the #1 thing we hear from people once they’ve added Trill A.I. to their process.)

“You are definitely ahead with respect to deep learning.”

Hedge Fund Analyst of a Top 5 Quantitative Hedge Fund by AUM