How AI Can Help Take the Emotion Out of Investor Decisions

AI-driven recommendations can complement human judgment, leading to more rational choices that aren’t as influenced by biases and blind spots.

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Since October 2022, the market has surged to unprecedented heights, with all major indexes hitting record levels. Yet, beneath this ascent, emotions are running high.

Investors are contending with uncertainty, questioning the sustainability of the rally amid looming risks such as Federal Reserve interest rate policy, mounting debt and political uncertainties surrounding the upcoming election.

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Francis Geeseok Oh
APAC CEO, Qraft Technologies

Francis Geeseok Oh is responsible for global sales and business development of Qraft's cutting-edge artificial intelligence technologies to financial institutions. He contributes to media such as Bloomberg, WSJ and Financial Times, discussing AI adoption in the asset management industry. Also, he has appeared as a guest speaker at AI lecture classes, including Oxford Said Business School, HKU and HKUST.