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    What happens when our computers get smarter than we are?

    Artificial intelligence is getting smarter by leaps and bounds — within this century, research suggests, a computer AI could be as "smart" as a human being. And then, says Nick Bostrom, it will ...
     
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    Avoiding Algo Disaster

    As the markets have grown increasingly complex, so too have the algorithms designed to navigate them. And capital markets firms increasingly are challenged to manage the risks associated with this algo ...
     
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    Forget Leap Year. What's a Leap Second?

    The leap second happens every few years when the standard time around the world is adjusted by one second to account for a slight mismatch between clocks and the earth’s rotation. And it has some exchanges and ...
     
 

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The Scariest Word in Bond Markets Is Also the Least Understood

Bloomberg Wall Street’s biggest banks are concerned that new rules have made it difficult for them to buffer against bond price swings.

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Why high-performing advisers are aggressively adopting technology

Investment News)($ faced with a clientele increasingly comfortable with technology, how do top-performing financial advisers utilize tech compared to low-quintile producers?

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New York Soon to Unveil Fresh Bitcoin Licensing Rules

WSJ)($ In one of his final moves as New York’s top financial regulator, Benjamin M. Lawsky will soon unveil a set of new licensing rules that could have long-lasting effects on businesses using bitcoin and other virtual currencies.

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Bank fines credited for culture shift

FT)($ Multibillion-dollar fines — such as the record settlement imposed on six banks over foreign-exchange manipulation — are changing the culture of the City of London for the better, the UK’s financial watchdog has claimed.

22 May 2015

LSE sets up cost-cutting unit

eFinancial News)($ The London Stock Exchange Group has set up a dedicated cost-saving unit designed to reduce the capital it is required to hold by regulators.

22 May 2015

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