Technologies like Open AI are rapidly changing the industry and setting a new pace of innovation for companies around the world. Today's investors are tasked with unearthing the potential of this new technology, developing informed perspectives, and pioneering a path forward with differentiated investment opportunities. Join Tegus' VP of Machine Learning, Michelangelo D'Agostino, as he sits down with industry leader Daniel Gross to dive into how generative AI is impacting our industry and what investors need to know to capitalize on this transformational shift.
Michelangelo D'Agostino is the VP of Machine Learning at Tegus, where he is exploring applications of large language models on reams of financial text data. Prior to Tegus, Michelangelo held data and machine learning leadership roles at Cameo--a marketplace for celebrity shout-out videos, ShopRunner--an ecommerce retail network that was acquired by FedEx, and Civis Analytics, a Chicago-based data science software and consulting company that spun out of the 2012 Obama reelection campaign. Michelangelo holds a PhD in particle astrophysics from UC Berkeley and got his start in analytics sifting through neutrino data from the IceCube experiment. Accordingly, he spent two glorious months at the South Pole, where he slept in a tent salvaged from the Korean War and enjoyed the twice-weekly shower rationing. He's also written about science and technology for the Economist.
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