The mistake that NVDA investors are making beyond the AI bubble euphoria is that they believe NVDA Revenues (expected to be approximately $11 billion in Q2) will be up and to the right in perpetuity driven by demand for Generative AI capability. Generative AI will not be the gift that keeps on giving. Below we … Continue reading Nvidia and Generative AI Hype
Tag: Robotic Process Automation
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's AI leadership position will pay dividends for decades to come as natural language AI increasingly becomes part of our day-to-day lives. We are only in the first inning of AI's evolution insofar as how we interact with it on a day-to-day basis. Google's AI ingests more data and learns at a faster rate as … Continue reading Don’t Give Up On Google
SS&C Technologies' (tkr: SSNC) preliminary approach about a potential offer for U.K.-based RPA ("Robotic Process Automation"), firm Blue Prism is detailed below. Read Blue Prism's deal press release HERE.SS&C's proposal values Blue Prism at approximately $1.6 billion. Blue Prism generated recurring revenue of approximately 154 million GBP in FY'20. Read Blue Prism's 1H 2021 investor … Continue reading RPA M&A: SS&C and Blue Prism
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With RPA pure play UiPath's (tkr: PATH) recent IPO and lofty valuation we suggest investors consider less expensive Enterprise Software companies that incorporate Robotic Process Automation ("RPA"), into their broader offerings. Pegasystems (tkr: PEGA) and SS&C Technologies (tkr: SSNC) come to mind. See below for links to additional TEK2day articles that cover RPA, IPA ("Intelligent … Continue reading A Cheaper Way To Play RPA
Core AI services (machine learning, deep learning, NLP and more) provided by the three cloud infrastructure giants (AWS, Azure, GCP), enable technology companies of all sizes and companies in general to build powerful AI-powered applications and services that previously were the exclusive domain of large Enterprise Technology companies. That paradigm has changed forever. Today, companies … Continue reading AWS, Azure & GCP Have Democratized AI
Salesforce (tkr: CRM) president and Chief Operating Officer Bret Taylor may soon succeed company founder Marc Benioff as Chief Executive Officer. That's the rumor as reported by a number of news outlets this week. If true, Taylor's operating experience - particularly on the product side (Taylor was Salesforce's Chief Product Officer prior to becoming COO … Continue reading Is Salesforce COO Bret Taylor The Company’s Next CEO?
Robotic Process Automation ("RPA") flirted with Tech stardom in 2018 and 2019 as a number of companies in the space received significant Technology press. UiPath's recent $750 million Series F round and its lofty $35 billion post-money valuation (Alkeon Capital and Coatue led the round), points the spotlight squarely on the space once again. Read … Continue reading RPA’s Day In The Sun
AWS, Azure and GCP are to thank in large part for the proliferation of applications powered by broadly-defined AI. The big three remote server platforms have made it increasingly easy for companies of all sizes from all industries to build applications that incorporate core AI, machine learning, deep learning and related capabilities. A wide variety … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence Is Electricity 2.0