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Business to offer retail investors AI-based trading services

Technology will help guide customers' investment choices

TOKYO -- Japan's Securities will launch an artificial intelligence service in May that helps retail investors choose stocks to buy and sell.

The online brokerage will jointly develop the system with U.S.-based AI technology startup Alpaca. The system will scan all of Japan's 3,700 or so listed companies to identify stocks with similar trends. The Tokyo-based company hopes to support the trading of its retail investor clients by offering technology that can unearth correlations unnoticeable to most human investors.

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