The EU is moving towards the most dramatic review of its financial markets in over a decade, aiming at more transparency and competitiveness.
Among other things, it is concerned with the introduction of artificial intelligence in trading, which is expected to have a major disruptive effect. AI systems are soon expected to make strategic portfolio decisions, as machines are seen as more capable in building and maintaining a systemic market overview.
The new regulatory package is the result of a...
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