Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has become increasingly complex and can now assist in trading less liquid assets. As machine-assisted learning develops beyond trading, it offers portfolios relief from the behavioural biases humans are prone to displaying which can lead to significant information oversight. 

It is suspected that as this technology progresses, asset managers will invest less in company-wide human capital and more into AI engineers and data scientists. Some claim that there will be more technology and data-driven roles available that those requiring experience in financial markets.

However, human intuition is still an invaluable element to the investment decision-making process, as fund managers can take into account the impact of wider economic and geopolitical events. This, along with some volatility in AI-managed funds means that an AI-driven future is still yet to come, even if inevitable.