Learn how EquBot AI with Watson delivers better investment outcomes
EquBot’s AI Platform with Watson helps asset managers navigate the exponential growth of traditional and alternative data through explainable AI powered indexes, sub-advisory and analytics.
EquBot’s explainable AI Platform with Watson transforms data into better investment outcomes for insurance companies and other asset owners through explainable AI powered indexes, advisory, and analytics.
Leverage EquBot’s AI indexes and analytics with Watson to not only keep up with, but to thrive in an increasingly complex world of data. Stop missing significant amounts of market data.
Harness the power of EquBot’s AI with Watson through AI Powered ETFs, sub-advisory, indexes, and analytics to construct, monitor and and adjust your clients portfolios to help them achieve their goals.
Personal Investors can harness the power of EquBot AI with Watson to transform data into better investment outcomes through AI Powered ETFs.
Trusting us with $1 billion**
The Platform Process
The EquBot platform understands the financial markets by reading and analyzing millions of traditional (e.g. financial statements) and non-traditional (e.g. news articles) data sources each day. With Watson, the EquBot platform is able to build intuition, experience, and to continuously learn as headlines break and new information becomes available.
90% of the data in existence today was created in the past two years.* The gap between what is available and what people can take in and analyze is wide and will only continue to grow. Much of this data is non-traditional; newer data such as social media posts, satellite imagery, and website traffic patterns that must be analyzed and organized to be useful. Each new piece of data represents a new possible insight on a company or the markets.
The three founders have led artificial intelligence and machine learning projects for top silicon valley tech companies such as Intel, as well as managed multi-billion dollar portfolios for Goldman Sachs and Fidelity. They hold five advanced degrees from UC Berkeley and Stanford.
Recent advances in machine learning and cloud computing enable AI systems to analyze and continuously learn from the vast amount of data being generated each day.
** Includes ETF and Index Assets