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Tiptop solutions for finance

TipTop Solutions for Finance

Abhijit Sahay

VP Engineering

TipTop Technologies

http://FeelTipTop.com

Confidential - 2011


Drowning in information

Drowning in Information


Wouldn t it be nice if someone could

Wouldn't It Be Nice If Someone could…

  • filter signal from noise

  • discover and suggest important things to read

  • collect, collate, classify content

  • identify and track sentiment


Data tiger

Data TIGER

TipTop Information Gleaning, Extraction and Reporting Platform


Inside the tiger

Inside the TIGER

Text Articles

&

Unstructured Content

Metadata & Tags

TipTop Engine

Refined Metadata

Structured Records


What is tiptop

What is TipTop?

Users

TheWorld

TipTop helps anyoneconnect with the bestpeople and information in real time.

(on)

Top

(of their mind)

Tips

Matching

Most fulfilling, fastest, most accurate matching


Founder ceo shyam kapur

Founder/CEO ShyamKapur

Asst. Professor

TipTop

PhD

Adchemy

President & CEO

Chief Scientist

Postdoc

Staff Scientist

Yahoo!

Cornell

UPenn

VP, Search Technologies

Infoseek

Research Scientist

MetaLINCS

Principal Engineer

TipTop Technologies, Inc. http://FeelTipTop.com Confidential


Relevant technologies

Relevant Technologies

Data Mining

Language Learning

Computational linguistics

UserInterfaces

Inductive Inference

Natural Language Processing

Search Engines

Clustering

Cognitive Sciences

Contextual targeting

Text & query classification

Behavioral targeting

Legal discovery

Data Visualization

Text Mining

TipTop Technologies, Inc.

http://FeelTipTop.com

Confidential


Why are we doing this

Why are we doing this?

Everyone deals with a sea of unstructured information that they can barely cope with

Amount of relevant data to any situation is way beyond human brain’s capacity and speed

State-of-the-art search tools are hopelessly inadequate


What is unique about tiptop

What is unique about TipTop?

  • Learns like children learn their first language

  • Fine-tuned to understand conversational language of the kind found in user-generated content

  • Built from the ground up as existing technologies are not advanced enough


Tiger cubs

TIGER Cubs

  • Smart news reader

    • Cross-document browsing

    • Concept discovery

    • TipTop It! Snapshots

    • Sentiment tracking

  • Fish-and-Tips

  • TipTop Turns


Smart news reader

Smart News Reader

  • GS in the news, April 16, 2010

Multi-document topic extraction and sentiment summary


Smart news reader drilldown

Smart News Reader -- Drilldown

  • Headache for Blankfein

Topic-specific sentiment and snippet extraction


O f course you could also access the original documents

Of course, you could also access the original documents

Goldman Shares Tumble on SEC Fraud Allegations

By Joshua Gallu and Christine Harper - Apr 16, 2010

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. was sued by U.S. regulators for fraud tied to collateralized debt obligations that contributed to the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The firm’s shares tumbled 13 percent and financial stocks slumped.

Goldman Sachs created and sold CDOs linked to subprime mortgages in early 2007, as the U.S. housing market faltered, without disclosing that hedge fund Paulson & Co. helped pick the underlying securities and bet against the vehicles, the Securities and Exchange Commission said today. Billionaire John Paulson’s firm earned $1 billion on the trade and wasn’t accused of wrongdoing. The SEC also sued Fabrice Tourre, a Goldman Sachs vice president who helped create the CDOs, known as Abacus.

Goldman Sachs charged with fraud by SEC

Fri, Apr 16 2010

By Jonathan Stempel and Steve Eder

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc was charged with fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its marketing of a subprime mortgage product, igniting a battle between Wall Street's most powerful bank and the nation's top securities regulator.

The civil lawsuit is the biggest crisis in years for a company that faced criticism over its pay and business practices after emerging from the global financial meltdown as Wall Street's most influential bank.

It may also make it more difficult for the industry to beat back calls for reform as lawmakers in Washington debate an overhaul of financial regulations.

Goldman called the lawsuit "completely unfounded," adding, "We did not structure a portfolio that was designed to lose money."

The lawsuit puts Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein further on the defensive after he told the federal Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in January that the bank packaged complex debt, while also betting against the debt, because clients had the appeSEC Takes On Goldman Sachs – A Sea Change Or A Big Fish To Calm Waters?

POSTED IN LIBERALAND BY WILLIAM K. WOLFRUM • APRIL 16, 2010, 2:59 PMET • 29 COMMENTS »

by William K. Wolfrum

For the past decade or so, the acronym SEC has better stood for “Sitting Enjoying Coffee” rather than “Securities Exchange Commission.” After all, one need only mention the name “Bernie Madoff” to turn your average SEC employee into a puddle of apologetic goo.

Today, however, the SEC announced it is going after a big fish. Perhaps the biggest, as the SEC filed fraud charges against Goldman Sachs, accusing the mega-financial outfit of selling investments that they had secretly planned to have fail. From The Huffington Post:

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"We are not a fiduciary," he said.

The case also involves John Paulson, a hedge fund investor whose firm Paulson & Co made billions of dollars by betting the nation's housing market would crash. This included an estimated $1 billion from the transaction detailed in the lawsuit, which the SEC said cost other investors more than $1 billion. Paulson was not charged.

Fabrice Tourre, a Goldman vice president whom the SEC said was mainly responsible for creating the questionable mortgage product, known as ABACUS, was charged with fraud.

Goldman shares slid 12.8 percent on Friday, closing down $23.57 at $160.70 on the New York Stock Exchange. The decline wiped out more than $12 billion of market value, and trading volume topped 100 million shares, Reuters data show.

SEC Takes On Goldman Sachs – A Sea Change Or A Big Fish To Calm Waters?

POSTED IN LIBERALAND BY WILLIAM K. WOLFRUM • APRIL 16, 2010, 2:59 PMET • 29 COMMENTS »

by William K. Wolfrum

For the past decade or so, the acronym SEC has better stood for “Sitting Enjoying Coffee” rather than “Securities Exchange Commission.” After all, one need only mention the name “Bernie Madoff” to turn your average SEC employee into a puddle of apologetic goo.


Fish and tips

Fish and Tips

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Tiptop turns

TipTopTurns

INTC news now 28%+ve & 37% -ve

more tips


Contact information

Contact Information

  • ShyamKapur, CEO

    • Yahoo, Alta Vista, Infoseek, Adchemy

    • U-Penn, Cornell, IIT Kanpur

    • [email protected]

  • Abhijit Sahay, VP Engineering

    • Deutsche Bank, Salomon Brothers

    • UC Berkeley, IIT Kanpur

    • [email protected]


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