The OMI is proud to have hosted the Artificial Intelligence and Financial Markets Workshop on the 20th and 21th October.
This workshop aims at bringing together both junior and senior leading scholars in the field of finance to discuss topics related to artificial intelligence from leading research institutions in the U.S. and Europe, such as algorithmic collusion, Fintech, cryptocurrencies, data privacy and algorithmic discrimination, big data, and artificial intelligence in corporate finance, investment, market microstructure, and asset pricing.
We had a number of great talks:
Jean-Edouard Colliard, HEC Paris
Jose Penalva, University Carlos III, Madrid
Alberto Rossi, Georgetown University
Roxana Mihet, Swiss Finance Institute and HEC Lausanne
Huan Tang, LSE
Maxime Bonelli, HEC Paris
Jianqing Fan, Princeton
Emilio Calvano, University of Rome – Tor Vergata
Olivier Dessaint, INSEAD
Matthias Qian, Oxford
Christine Parlour, Berkeley
Simon Mayer, Chicago Booth
A special thanks to the organisers Álvaro Cartea, Thierry Foucault and Jose Penalva.