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Jim Creighton: Quant in the 90s and the AI reinvention

I chat with Jim, the former CIO of Barclays Global Investors on the history of quantitative investment, the myths of factor investing, and how machine learning can help solve difficult problems in financial markets. We touch on the future of AI and its us

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John Fawcett: Disrupting the secretive world of quants

I chat with John, the founder of Quantopian, on how he got started in quantitative finance, where he sees the industry evolving and how he created a global community of intrinsically motivated coders to create unique solutions to the greatest intellectual

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Anthony Tockar: Data ethics and the AI arms race

I chat with Anthony, Director at Verge Labs, on the open-source revolution, how we should frame the conversation around ethics and potentially optimistic viewpoint as artificial intelligence evolves.

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Gideon Smith: Fundamentals and the golden age for quants

I chat with Gideon, CIO & global head of portfolio management at Rosenberg Equities, on data playgrounds, hubris and the exciting future for quantitative investing.

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Alexander Fleiss: Humility and mean reversion

I chat with Alexander, CEO at Rebellion Research, on stock selection, portfolio construction and his passion for teaching.

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Sean Anthonisz: Risk and the rules of finance

I chat with Sean, senior quantitative analyst at Mine Super, on the scientific process, uncertainty and the changing relationship between academia and the private sector in Australia.

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Campbell Harvey: Factor investing beyond the snake oil

I chat with Campbell, Professor of Finance at Duke University, on the future of quantitative finance, academic journals, model fitting and the intellectual fallacies within inference.

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Vinesh Jha: The craft of mining alternative data

I chat with Vinesh, ceo at ExtractAlpha, on the research behind alternative data, stock selection techniques and the expertise required to differentiate signal from noise.

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