A Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory scientist has joined the faculty of an organization founded to educator on the application of artificial intelligence to investment management, capital markets and risk.
Columbia University Adjunct Professors Michael Oliver Weinberg, CFA, and Miquel Noguer i Alonso, PhD announced their co-founding of the Artificial Intelligence Finance Institute.
AIFI’s course will teach the theory and practical implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning tools in investment management. The course, which will include 75 hours of interactive coding and lectures, will award individuals the Artificial Intelligence in Investment Management Certificate.
AIFI faculty will include: Igor Halperin, PhD, Research Professor at NYU Tandon; George Lentzas, PhD, Chief Data Scientist, Springfield Capital; Mickey Atwal, PhD, Associate Professor, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; and Miquel Noguer i Alonso, Chief Development Officer, Global AI and Chief Science Officer, AIFI. Gordon Ritter, PhD, Senior Portfolio Manager, GSA Capital, and Petter Kolm, PhD, Clinical Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU, will be scientific advisors to AIFI.
“Our goal is to help investment professionals use new AI tools and techniques that are rapidly transforming investment management,” said Michael Oliver Weinberg, CEO of AIFI. “Though it is easy to find general AI classes and non-technical finance classes, the integration of the two is rare.”
“AI in investment management is more complex than AI in non-investment disciplines, and the tools are rapidly evolving,” Noguer i Alonso said. “Quantitative strategies are gaining ground, and managers who know how to use the latest AI tools are at a competitive advantage.”
AIFI is accepting applications at www.aifinanceinstitute.com for its Winter 2019 Artificial Intelligence in Investment Management Certificate, with courses taught in New York City.