Hedge funds deploy ChatGPT to handle grunt work
One of the world’s largest hedge funds says technology can speed up the preliminary parts of research
The latest artificial-intelligence hype is powering a massive surge in the stock market on bets that a new era of innovation is nigh.
Yet for money managers who weaponize computing advances for an investing edge, the era of ChatGPT holds a less lofty promise for now: Automating the grunt work.
So-called generative AI is already helping to speed up mundane tasks known to crush the spirit of junior Wall Street employees, hedge funds say — ...