Recent machine learning techniques such as deep learning and reinforcement learning were built on specific assumptions of the underlying data generation process.  Financial time series frequently do not satisfy these assumptions.  In this talk, we discuss the possible problems if these techniques are applied blindly.  The solutions to these problems are in general problem specific.  However, some of the pain can be alleviated by combining recent machine learning techniques with more classical statistical and econometrics insights.  We will discuss these probable solutions with examples.

9 Dec 2021
2pm - 3:30pm
Where
Room 2502 (Lifts 25/26)
Speakers/Performers
Prof. Jack CK WONG
Professor of Science Practice, HKUST
Organizer(S)
Department of Mathematics
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Audience
Alumni, Faculty and staff, PG students, UG students
Language(s)
English
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