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AI Powered Equity Fund Launches on Stock Market

EquBot LLC, in partnership with ETF Managers Group (ETFMG), today debuted the world’s first Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) powered by articificial intelligence: the AI Powered Equity ETF (NYSE Arca: AIEQ). AIEQ is an active ETF built on EquBot’s proprietary algorithms and is the world’s first artifical intelligence (AI) ETF, utilizing the cognitive and big data processing abilities of IBM Watson™ to analyze U.S.-listed investment opportunities. EquBot’s approach ranks investment opportunities based on their probability of benefiting from current economic conditions, trends, and world- and company-specific events, and identifies those equities with the greatest potential for appreciation. EquBot and ETFMG expect the fund’s portfolio to typically consist of 30 to 70 of U.S. equities only and volatility comparable to the broader U.S. equity market. With artificial intelligence, computer systems are able to perform tasks that would normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages. In the case of AIEQ, the fund’s underlying technology is constantly analyzing information for approximately 6,000 U.S.-listed equities, including company management and market sentiment, and processes more than one million regulatory filings, quarterly results releases, news articles, and social media posts every day. “ETFs have made beta ‘smart,’ but with AIEQ we’re looking to make investing intelligent,” said Chida Khatua, CEO and co-founder of EquBot LLC. “EquBot AI Technology with Watson has the ability to mimic an army of equity research analysts working around the clock, 365 days a year, while removing human error and bias from the process.” Khatua notes that the approach underpinning AIEQ also includes machine learning, giving it the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed.

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