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Explainable Artificial Intelligence
The fusing of proprietary Ai applications with quantum technology
exploring what has
never been possible
in the financial markets
technology which might
be beyond human
Why Artificial Intelligence is a Game-Changer for the Financial Markets?
In the 2000s artificial intelligence, better known as quant trading, was only possible with the big trading brokerages who could afford to spend millions on advanced computers. They also moved these networks as close as possible to the market trading floors physically to gain micro fractions of a second advantage on orders due to the length of the fiber optics connections.
Today, so many guards and filters have been built on such activity, the advantage of being 10 feet or 1 mile away from a trading floor makes no difference with the Internet. Connection, obviously still matters, but technology improvements have clearly become the great equalizers for those with the know-how to leverage the programming tools.
Via programming that actually learns and begins to predict potential patterns, WOA gives a trader the electronic ability to move forward on investments versus being a seat in the audience as the market changes.
How a Machine Learning System Improves Your Position?
For years computers have relied on specific programming and vast amounts of scripting to anticipate scenarios and “understand” how to respond accordingly. This kind of programming, however, can only respond to known situations, and it often fails under pressure when faced with new, unknown variables and factors.
However, artificial intelligence and machine learning system development are beginning to make major breakthroughs with probability and real-time learning. The capabilities of the modern trader are boosted exponentially when it comes to market monitoring, position flagging, change opportunity identification and in-the-moment order execution.
All of these electronic and automated advantages are now becoming possible and available with WOA, a unique technology market tool that didn’t exist just a few years ago.
"Leader of Ai will rule the world"
- Vladimir Putin | President of Russia
"I am telling you, the worlds's first trillionaires
are going to come from somebody who masters
Ai and all its derivatives, and applies it in ways
we never thought of."
- Mark Cuban | Shark Tank CNBC Investor
"The day before something is a breakthrough,
it's generally a crazy idea."
- Peter Diamandis | Co-Founder Singularity University
"Technology change is exponential, contrary to the
common sense 'intuitive linear' view. So we won't
experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century-it
will be more like 20,000 years of progress."
- Ray Kurzweil | Co-Founder Singularity University
"To build a system that can essentially predict with
exquisite accuracy market movements, is to say you
have the ability to see the future. One of the reasons this
is possible is because there are correlations in everything.
Technically speaking, there is no randomness, in anything,
especially the financial markets."
- Donald J. Beaudry Jr. | Developer WOA
(back burner WOA|CP, 13.8 billion year idea -
God like vantage point for the financial markets)
Future Technologies Today, WOA|CP
"Quantum technologies are still in their infancy, however, potential opportunities exist. Quantum computers if properly programmed and formatted - can solve questions in ways classical computers of today could never achieve - this is because quantum computers can run calculations exponentially faster in an infinite number of explorations, all at the same time - this coupled with using a different paradigm than today's binary computers makes it possible, in certain situations, to develop answers and solutions that move light years ahead, in some cases,
beyond human comprehension.
For a glimpse into what might be possible with the merging of certain applications within
quantum and Ai technologies - for the world of the currency markets >
to boldly go where no one has gone before... "
-Donald J. Beaudry Jr. | Developer WOA
a brief peering into the world of quantum complexities & the unknown
Las Vegas | Wall Street
Can quantum computers know the next card dealt in black jack?
Can quantum computers know the outcome of the next spin in roulette?
Most people probably would say, impossible, but the answer is yes.
The same goes for the currency markets - can quantum computers know the next move higher or lower in the coming sequence in a chart - easier said than done, but the answer is also, yes.
"Quantum applications pose a lot of challenges - most calculation don't work do to many reasons, such as the system themselves are not stable and unable to have continuous run rates - this is called decoherence, where even the slightest vibration on the QC can result in the operation shutting down.
Engineering is another problem due to the huge differences between
classical and quantum programming. The ability though to overcome or find solutions to these issues - are what makes this potentially possible in engineering a quantum ai application, to trade in the financial markets."
"WOA's new proprietary technology in quantum tunnelling is at the theoretical ceiling for what is possible today in financial markets. By fusing ai & quantum applications WOA has developed a new - streamlined flawless perfect positioning to date system, WOA|CP. Next on the horizon is WOA's inserting and harnessing into its platform the challenges of "quantum directional" where every move in the future can be seen in the past...
What other applications could this type of technology be potentially used for?
The ability to know your life span, who will win the next presidential election, are their
other life forms in the universe out there and where - is the universe infinite or finite - the ability to take down the casinos in Las Vegas....unimaginable complex calculations that
possibly, shouldn't be able to be solved."
-Developed by Donald J. Beaudry Jr.
exploring the ability to see outcomes in the future, in the past <+>
roll of roulette, black jack, Las Vegas-Wall Street, different venues, same concept,