The FT is bearish on AI's ability to outperform human traders. The FT believes that until scientists develop a truly intelligent investing system, rather than a trend follower, the human fund manager has no reason to fear. The FT supports this arguement with 3 points; (1) Human's that focus on value over the long term, rather than price trends, should always be able to profit, (2) The computer-driven hedge fund is run and designed by humans, meaning its cold-eyed technology must contend with the emotional reactions of investors who are human. (3) When everyone is using the same trading strategy, no one is left with an edge — the super computers will cancel out each others’ advantage.