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Quantify geopolitical risk with alpha-DIG

17. Januar 2019
Andy Moniz, Chief Data Scientist dbDIG, erklärt, dass künstliche Intelligenz sich so sehr weiterentwickelt hat, dass mittlerweile einige Marktauswirkungen politischer Ereignisse vorhergesagt werden können. Die Alpha-Dig-Plattform der Deutschen Bank setzt auf maschinelles Lernen, um das Ausmaß verschiedener politischer Risiken zu ermitteln und ihre Intensität zu quantifizieren [mehr]

Weitere Dokumente von Luke Templeman

36 Dokumente
9. Oktober 2019
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With many countries today above the recommended prudent upper threshold for debt, there is a risk that growth will slow, creating an unsustainable and negative debt/GDP cycle. That is what Jim Reid, Global Head of Thematic Research & Credit Research at Deutsche Bank Research highlights in this latest episode of Podzept. [mehr]
2. September 2019
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Listen to Oliver Harvey, Macro Strategist, discuss the latest on Brexit. The UK government intends to prorogue parliament from 10th September to 14th October when the government will hold a Queen's Speech. This limits the ability of MPs to table legislation to prevent no deal Brexit and signals that the Johnson government may be prepared to break constitutional precedent to take the UK out of the EU without a deal. At the same time, it could crystallise opposition to a no deal Brexit this week in the House of Commons leading to a unity government. [mehr]
16. August 2019
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Two decades ago, newspaper editors were told the internet age meant they had to give away content for free, create click-bait, and support it all with any advertising they could find. It hasn’t turned out that way. Fears of fake news, the shift to quality, and the lack of patience for distraction has led to growing numbers of subscribers at some of the world’s best-known mastheads. Yet, the shift is not complete. Communications and 5G technology are likely to have five impacts on the news media: the return of regional reporting with new funding models, less focus on speed, a reduction in the number of news sources people read, the acceptance of automation, and the return of television news, in a curated format. [mehr]
13. August 2019
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Die globale Einführung von 5G hat gerade erst begonnen. Hinter dem Hype verbergen sich jedoch Unsicherheit und potenzielle unerwünschte Konsequenzen. Diese Ausgabe von Konzept will diverse offene Fragen beantworten. Zunächst erklären wir, welche spürbaren Auswirkungen 5G für Sie haben wird. Dabei geht es um die Bedeutung des Smartphones, die Zukunft des Fernsehens, präventive Wartung von Fahrzeugen, selbstfahrende Autos, Smart Citys und mehr. Wir betrachten außerdem geopolitische Streitigkeiten, befassen uns mit der Wirtschaft in Schwellenländern und vertreten die Ansicht, dass die Kosten von Ablenkung höher sind als erwartet. [mehr]
22. Juli 2019
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The antennae and boxes, about the size of a handbag, have become more visible in New York over the last few years. They sit atop street lights, buildings, and other convenient locations. They are part of the ShotSpotter system and they listen for gunshots. When a shot is fired, the sensors can triangulate its location to within 25 metres. It then immediately sends an audio file to a support team. A review takes place using both machine learning and human input to determine if the sound was a real gunshot or something else that sounds similar, such as a firework. If determined to be real, the police are notified. They can then arrive at the location already knowing how many shots were fired and whether the shooter is moving. Luke Templeman, Analyst on the Thematic Research team, explores what it would be like living in a ‘Smart City’. [mehr]
10. Juli 2019
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If we are to believe the prognostications about its future impact, 5G certainly occupies a crucial geopolitical dimension. The ability to control the Internet of Things via vastly reduced latency and higher speed is a serious weapon in the hands of an adversary. Peter Garber, Global Strategist, outlines three possible main objectives of the Trump administration. [mehr]
25. Juni 2019
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For the first time ever the Fed is undertaking a thorough academic review of its policy strategy, tools, and communication practices. The reviewers are some 30 academic experts on monetary policy and macroeconomics. Listen to Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economic Research, discussing the background to the review, the low-rate monetary policy and what a downturn could mean for financial stability. [mehr]
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