Digital Model Anecdotes Through Artificial Intelligence in Socioeconomic and Islamic Investments


  • Dr. Muhammad Shoaib Khan Pathan Assistant Professor, Government College University Hyderabad.
  • Dr. Aijaz Ali Khoso Professor, Department of Islamic Studies Al-Hamd Islamic University, Islamabad Campus.
  • Dr. Muneer Ahmed Head of the Department of Islamic Studies, Al-Hamd Islamic University, Islamabad Campus.



AI, Pakistan, Islam Related Investment System, Robotech in Investment Policy


This study looks at the use of man-made reasoning (AI) to Islamic speculations. IS innovation is exceptionally well known in both traditional and Islamic financial frameworks, which is reflected in ISIS's commitment to Islamic venture. The innovation assists financial backers with examining their stocks as far as cost levels, the ongoing strength of each stock, and future cost estimates in light of current costs and standard information. Review the reasonable conversation scheduled and with the utilization of AI in Islamic-religious mandate ventures that spotlights on-side examining manuscript mining, algorithmics exchanging, Stoke Peak and Robotech in speculations, which-as incorporate robotech counselors, Islamic robotech consultants (RIAs) and robotech monetary guides (FRAs) working in the Islamic venture framework. Thusly, the conversation depends on mental application, as well as the speculation and consistence areas of the monetary administrations industry.


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How to Cite

Khan Pathan, D. M. S., Khoso, D. A. A. ., & Ahmed, D. M. . (2022). Digital Model Anecdotes Through Artificial Intelligence in Socioeconomic and Islamic Investments. International Research Journal of Education and Innovation, 3(2), 195–209.

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