Press Release: MIT Technology Review Research

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Press release: Tel Aviv, Israel, November 15, 2016– MIT Technology Review Research explains the reason artificial intelligence can now outperform the human brain in pattern recognition.  This translates to I Know First’s philosophy of taking human emotion out of the equation. 

MIT Technology Review Research is a digital oriented global media company with emphasis in reporting the latest in technology.  With millions of readers worldwide, the publishing company was founded in 1899 in one of the most respected educational institutions in the world, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

An article written on September 9, 2016 from MIT Technology Review Research, follows research conducted by Henry Lin from Harvard University and Max Tegmark at MIT.  The question leaving mathematicians puzzled, how can artificial intelligence can leave mathematicians surprised by its accuracy in object recognition?

Through deep neural networks, deep learning have the ability to surpass the human brain in object recognition.  The research reveals it is not mathematics that but physics.  The neural networks of machine learning takes complex mathematical functions containing vast data, and breaks it down to simpler acts.  Through layers of neural networks, it processes at a rate and accuracy leaving mathematicians puzzled.  This can be applied to I Know First Ltd. ability to use deep learning artificial intelligence to recognize stock pattern and processing years of historic financial data to produce stock forecasts. With over 35 man-years of research in artificial intelligence and machine learning, Co-founder and CTO, Dr. Lipa Roitman developed the algorithm for I Know First. Using the algorithm for deep learning artificial intelligence, I Know First removes human emotion, to forecast the future of the financial market.

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I Know First, Ltd. is a financial technology company that provides daily investment forecasts based on an advanced, adaptable, self-learning algorithm. The company’s algorithm predicts over 3,000 securities (and growing) with capabilities to discover patterns in large sets of historical stock market data.

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I Know First’s R&D team has developed five short-term trading strategies that are rebalanced on a daily bases. The strategies are based off of the securities found in the S&P 500 Index, and are filtered out using unique competitive advantages found in I Know First’s algorithm. The initial filter is based off of the predictability level and later they incorporate various percentiles of the signals generated for the stocks.

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