We collaborate with a number of organizations in doing applied research (both open and non-disclosed). We believe in the power of curiosity in the acquisition of knowledge, seeking the discovery and development of new methods. We always welcome new research partners and provocative research ideas.
Synergy of Computational Linguistics and Visual Analytics
We have been doing joint research with the University of Maryland Smith School of Business since 2010, exploring how computational linguistics can reveal patterns in the natural language of SEC filings, leading to a better predictor of company behavior (e.g. financial performance, unethical activity, etc) beyond the traditional numeric data (balance sheet, income statement and cash flow). See:
Other related research includes:
Our research has been presented at:
United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business (SFS Cavalcade Conference)
Stockholm School of Economics
University of California, Anderson School of Management
University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
University of Michigan, Ross School of Business
George Washington University School of Business
We also support a number of academics in their own research pursuits:
We received the Exceptional Thought Leadership Award from the American Council for Technology & the Industry Advisory Council (ACT & IAC) as the principal author of a white paper on the use of semantic technology in the field of Finance.