Machine Learning

I tend to define machine learning (ML) as a subset of AI. But applications of ML algorithms are now ubiquitous in our daily lives. Here are some of my projects and experiments in this area.

Automating Stock Trading Decisions with Machine Learning

For many years, chartists–also known as technical analysts in the investment industry–have scoured the stock charts to look for patterns in the trading and the indicators that the prices are about to change.