Re: AI - WHY?

Kirk W. Fraser (kirk@clatskanie.com)
Wed, 11 Nov 1998 06:50:17 +0100 (MET)

Sergio Navega's treatment sounds good to me. I would embellish it
with a strong NL news reader. Much of the market volatility is
controlled by news and without news input no statistical pattern
catcher can predict what and when some news source will say and the
extent to which it will be believed and acted on by investors.

Have you considered a boredom factor -- boring stocks stay about the
same, interesting stocks get boring if the price stays the same too
long? Yep there is tons of important AI research Mr. Sewell hasn't
even addressed yet beginning with NL.

Or if anyone wants to hire me to build a similar system, I've got
better ideas that I won't publish here.

Love Truth,
Kirk Fraser
http://www.angelfire.com/or/truechurch

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