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Goldman Sachs to let AI make investment choices in Japan

New fund expected to fuel competition with domestic asset managers

TOKYO -- Goldman Sachs Asset Management is bringing an investment trust to Japan that uses artificial intelligence to make decisions.

The product will be introduced on Feb. 24. Goldman's AI processor will sort through huge amounts of data to select promising investment targets, according to the U.S. asset manager.

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