- a of or relating to or having the characteristics of an algorithm
- His algorithmic wizardry for deciphering visual information digitally became the foundation for Polar Rose.
- A variety of promising terms describe it terms like targeted treatment, algorithmic patient-care, fiscally responsible medicine and evidence-based practice but for doctors .
- Music discovery is all the rage these days; Apple's Genius feature and Microsoft's Zune music player both rely on a computer-mediated, algorithmic approach to recommendations.
News & Articles
- How Algorithmic Trading Affects You
How Algorithmic Trading Affects You
June 18, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Now You Can Do Algorithmic Trading From Your Couch
For years, complex algorithmic trading has been a major profit generator for Wall Street banks and hedge funds. It has also been a source of employment for programming prodigies — and a source of stress for regulators.
June 18, 2013 - Business Insider
- EquaMetrics Eliminates Coding from Algorithmic Trading with Launch of RIZM™
NEW YORK, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EquaMetrics Inc., a financial technology firm that is making algorithmic trading accessible to all traders, today launched its flagship product, RIZM™, a powerful ...
June 18, 2013 - PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
- Jimmy Wales in iTWire (press release)
Look for other exciting announcements in the coming months as we collectively work to free the judgment of information from invisible rules inside an algorithmic black box,added Wales.
- St Ambrose in Advanced Trading
The reality is that everyone went from high touch services to the machine world of VWAPs and algorithmic trading, and now you're got this combination of some people using algo trading and others wanting high touch,said Ambrose.
- Matt Cutts in WiredPRNews.com (press release)
Cutts stated at this year's Google I/O web developer conference, "this is an algorithmic change in Google, looking for higher quality sites to surface for long tail queries. It went through vigorous testing and isn't going to be rolled back."