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Algorithm

Any organized set of steps used to help solve a problem. Algorithms are important in several fields, notably mathematics and computing.
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The CDEI has commissioned RUSI to carry out independent research into the potential for bias to occur in predictive analytics technologies being developed by police forces, as part of our wider review into bias in algorithmic decision-making.
CoinRoutes is a provider of Algorithmic trading strategies and market data for crypto/digital assets.
However, a 2016 Stanford University study on artificial intelligence predicts that increasingly accurate algorithmic processing of video from increasingly pervasive CCTV networks will, by 2030, be able to efficiently detect anomalies as they happen in streets, ports, airports, coastal areas, waterways, and industrial facilities.
Users had long urged Twitter to bring back the chronological timeline after an algorithmic timeline was made the standard on the app in 2016.
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The global algorithmic trading market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% between 2017 and 2025.
Figure 3 Algorithmic trading systems are present in 40% Agricultural futures volumes 49% Metals and energy product volumes 65% Equity futures volumes 69% Interest rate futures volumes 83% Foreign exchange futures volumes Sources: Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
This was conveyed to students at Carnegie Mellon University Qatar (CMU-Q) at a function to celebrate the 'Algorithmic Trading Competition', where students from different disciplines were asked to code a profitable and strategic programme for trading in financial markets.
that algorithmic consumers will become the rule rather than the
In November 2015, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued proposed rules that set forth registration, reporting, recordkeeping and other compliance requirements of market participants involved in algorithmic trading.
On the heels of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issuing a Report on Digital Investment Advice last month, on April 7 the Securities and Exchange Commission approved a FINRA rule amendment that requires registration of persons that are "primarily responsible for the design, development or significant modification of algorithmic trading strategies, or who are responsible for the day-to-day supervision or direction of such activities."
has acquired US-based digital signature solutions company Algorithmic Research, Ltd., DocuSign said on Wednesday.

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