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We discuss the objectives of automation equipped with non-trivial decision making, or creating artificial intelligence, in the financial markets and provide a possible alternative. Intelligence might be an unintended consequence of curiosity left to roam free, best exemplified by a frolicking infant. For this unintentional yet welcome aftereffect to set in a foundational list of guiding principles needs to be present. A consideration of these requirements allows us to propose a test ofarXiv:1911.06893v1 fatcat:elocnyivvjhc3eahpx6pmavg7q