The increase in market participants and transactions on the stock exchange has forced the Securities and Exchange Organization to seek help from artificial intelligence to detect misconduct.
According to Rouhollah Dehghan, SEO deputy for IT affairs, the regulator is planning a smart platform that can process large amounts of market data.
“The fact is that because of the increasing volume of business, efficient monitoring of the market is disrupted as new investors enter the market,” he was also quoted as saying by the Securities and Exchange News Agency.


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