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When Will Investors Tire of AI? 6 Short Ideas. 1 Long.<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

When Will Investors Tire of AI? 6 Short Ideas. 1 Long.Premium 

When will investors tire of AI? When will they stop buying into the AI hype? Do they have an expectation as to when AI is supposed to accelerate Revenue and EPS growth? (Note: this is a premium article for $99.99 and includes 6 short ideas and 1 long idea related to the AI theme). As … Continue reading When Will Investors Tire of AI? 6 Short Ideas. 1 Long.Premium 

AI Is Nothing New, Yet We Are Only Scratching The Surface

AI Is Nothing New, Yet We Are Only Scratching The Surface

AI is nothing new, yet we are only scratching the surface. I believe that every Technology company is incorporating broadly-defined "AI" into their products and services offerings at this juncture. "AI" at its core is based upon statistical models that underpin various advanced automation processes such as machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, natural language … Continue reading AI Is Nothing New, Yet We Are Only Scratching The Surface

Google Remains The AI King

Google Remains The AI King

Google has been the AI King since its founding (we first dubbed it the "AI King" in May 2019). It is good to see Google get a bit of AI recognition on the heels of Google I/O this week. The AI King: Between Google Search, Chrome, Google Photos, Google Maps, Google Translate, Google Live Caption, … Continue reading Google Remains The AI King

AI-Powered Convenience at Google I/O ’23

AI-Powered Convenience at Google I/O ’23

AI-powered convenience was the takeaway from this year's Google I/O conference. When we use "AI" in this context we are speaking of Google's Natural Language capabilities that leverage the company's Large Language Models (LLMs). These models (Bard for example is built upon an LLM-based platform), enable users to engage with their devices using natural language … Continue reading AI-Powered Convenience at Google I/O ’23

The Full Promise of Large Language Models

The Full Promise of Large Language Models

The full promise of Large Language Models (LLMs) won't be delivered until LLMs are capable of understanding nuanced industry specific commercial data. Until such time, LLMs will be productivity enhancers (think Google Assistant), capable of automating routine tasks but incapable of operating complex processes. In order for the above to happen, LLMs will need to … Continue reading The Full Promise of Large Language Models