David Harding covered the history of AI-driven investment and why the VIX index and Bitcoin could be involved in future financial crashes.
Failure to fully explain stock market crash of 1987 should be warning for investors.
Thirty years on, the market is different but has similar characteristics, from high valuations to trading strategies that could accelerate a sell-off.
Review by the data-crunching gurus at David Harding's firm could challenge the widely-used industry figure.
The Financial Times on 12 September reported on Winton’s plans to launch a Climate Prediction Market.
Cambridge Innovation Capital, a fund commercialising science and technology, has raised £75m from existing and new investors.
The quants are coming. Headline after headline heralds the AI age and the game-changing impact it signals for fund managers, selectors and even retail traders working on their home computers.
As hedge fund reunions go, this was big. Billionaire investor David Harding joined former colleagues Martin Lueck and Michael Adam Tuesday at north London’s Abbey Road Studios in a rare get-together.
Humans won’t be obsolete in this lifetime.
Data abuse and misadventure were in evidence in an insightful and provocative conference on data quality, organised by Winton and Cancer Research UK.
Part of a £1.25m investment round for a British firm helping companies with requirements under GDPR – the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
The extra injection of capital will allow Ripjar to expand its international reach.
Winton hosted a data science workshop at its San Francisco offices with some of the leading thinkers in the field.
The second cohort from the Winton Labs accelerator prepared to pitch at a Demo Day.
Winton Chief Scientific Advisor David Hand delivered the 2017 Schrödinger Lecture at Imperial College, outlining the promise – and ptifalls - of big data.
The highly anticipated Mathematics: The Winton Gallery, has officially opened at the Science Museum in London.
Winton Philanthropies has become an associate member, further cementing its status as a leading supporter of scientific philanthropy.
In a recent article in FT Magazine, David Harding CEO and Founder of Winton, talks to Clive Cookson the FT Science Editor about physics, philanthropy and why he believes in tax.
The £650 million Francis Crick Institute is the biggest biomedical laboratory in Europe and is investigating the fundamental biology underlying human health and disease.
Based at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Mathematics and supported by a £5 million gift from Winton Philanthropies.
There has been a fever of excitement surrounding the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
The Winton Beauty of Mathematics garden has won a silver-gilt medal at the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
The new office’s team of data scientists will expand Winton’s proprietary datasets and explore new applications in pattern recognition and statistical inference.