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Salesforce Inc (NYSE: CRM) not only topped estimates across the board but also raised full year earnings guidance. However, stock dropped 7% upon the report owed to the fact that capital expenditures were higher than expected.Its shares are under pressure as customers are backing away from consulting deals with the software giant experiencing its slowest pace of growth in 13 years. Salesforce is another tech powerhouse that integrated AI tools into its business, but it is behind its rivals Micro
Social media platform’s parent company Meta seeks to deter law forcing online groups to pay publishers and broadcasters for content
Apple, Nvidia, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Amazon have seen their shares skyrocket this year. In fact, the gains in just a handful of stocks have powered the major indexes higher. Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre explains.
C3.ai shares were punished by investors on Thursday after the company failed to deliver the kind of blowout numbers recently reported by some peers in the AI race.
As chipmaker Nvidia soars above a $1 trillion market value, investors are searching for the next big tech name that could see the same AI boost. Portfolio Manager of the BullseyeBrief.com American Ingenuity Fund Adam Johnson details several tech stocks that could follow Nvidia's lead and capitalize on artificial intelligence trends.
A report by Analysis Group says that Apple's App Store facilitated $1.1 trillion in sales and billings in 2022.
Nvidia is the go-to name for AI chips, and powering Wall Street's hype train.
Despite Nvidia Corp's (NASDAQ: NVDA) AI moat, companies developing their AI models are migrating towards custom chips to curtail costs and tackle compatibility issues and supply crises. Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google is on its fourth iteration of its in-house Tensor Processing Unit (TPU). Meta Platforms, Inc's (NASDAQ: META) inaugural custom AI chip, Meta Training Inference Accelerator (MTIA), will likely go live in 2025. Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) has also jumped into the
Third Point Management, a New York-based investment advisor, released its first-quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. The Third Point Offshore Fund returned -4.1% net in the first quarter compared to a 7.5% return for the S&P 500 INDEX (TR) and a 7.9% return for the MSCI WORLD INDEX (TR). […]
In this article, we take a look at the top 15 offshore tax havens in the world. For more on this, go to the Top 5 Offshore Tax Havens in the World. Offshore tax havens offer foreign individuals and companies minimal or no tax liability in an economically and politically stable environment. These havens serve […]
The S&P's comeback this year gets only two cheers. A few big stocks are overperforming, while the rest of the market reflects the reversal of a historic earnings blowout.
Softbank Group Corp (OTC: SFTBF) (OTC: SFTBY) is betting on the artificial intelligence momentum to pique investor curiosity ahead of its much-anticipated initial public offering. Arm technology enables many AI applications and will be fundamental to building the next wave of AI innovations, Bloomberg cites CEO Rene Haas at the Computex trade show in Taiwan on Monday. Arm launched two new products to boost smartphone performance, including the Arm Cortex-X4, its fourth-generation Cortex-X core,
In this article, we will take a look at the 14 best self-driving car stocks to invest in. For more stocks, head on over to 5 Best Self-Driving Car Stocks To Invest In. According to Fortune Business Insights, the autonomous cars market size is expected to increase from $1.63 billion in 2022 to $19.96 billion […]
In this article, we will take a look at the 16 jobs that will disappear in the future due to AI. To see more such jobs, go directly to 5 Jobs That Will Disappear in the Future Due to AI. By now you must have heard or read about how AI-powered bots are coming for […]
In this article, we will take a look at the top 10 generative artificial intelligence companies to invest in. To see more such companies, go directly to Top 5 Generative Artificial Intelligence Companies to Invest In. Generative AI will perhaps be the most dominant and consequential buzzword of not only 2023 but this decade. Generative […]
The Harvard Endowment Fund aims to finance the ongoing operations at Harvard University in Boston. Its goal isn’t to deliver outrageously good returns. Slightly better than average will do. In fiscal 2022 (June year-end), it reported a return of -1.8%. However, thanks to the gains in 2021, it returned more than $2.1 billion to the university’s operating budget, accounting for 36% of Harvard’s 2022 revenue. As of June 30, 2022, the fund was worth $50.9 billion, invested across various asset class
Naver, South Korea’s dominant internet search engine, is set to offer tailored versions of its latest ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence model to foreign governments concerned about US data controls. Unlike Microsoft and Google’s focus on universal AI models, Naver is keen to develop localised AI applications for countries with political sensitivities in the Arab world, as well as for non-English speaking countries such as Spain and Mexico, where governments are keen to have their own AI systems customised to their political and cultural contexts. “This will be a massive business as sovereign AI technology is becoming increasingly important for data protection,” said Sung Nako, a Naver executive in charge of developing hyperscale AI, which involves the organising of computing power and data in the cloud on a massive scale to train and operate AI.
In this article, we will take a look at billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller’s 2023 portfolio and his top 10 stock picks. To see more such companies, go directly to Billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller’s 2023 Portfolio: Top 5 Stock Picks. Pessimism, doom and gloom was starting to be visible in Stanley Druckenmiller’s tone last year when the billionaire […]
Investors believe AI is the latest tech revolution. Millennial workers are worried this will mean less pay for the same work.
Unless you’ve been off the grid for most of 2023, you know that artificial intelligence is the newest thing for investors. For investing in AI stocks, two of the biggest names that come to mind are Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT). The reason is advances in generative AI. Through its partnership with OpenAI, Microsoft released ChatGPT. Google released Bard in response. These two companies will be battling it out in this space for years to come. But that leaves other opportunit
The stocks on the list are prominent tech stocks with cutting-edge AI language models. The first stock’s advancements include the PaLM API, MakerSuite, and the Generative AI App Builder. It enables developers to generate various media from natural language prompts. In contrast, the second one collaborates with OpenAI and utilizes GPT-3.5 to resolve complex cloud incidents. It is revolutionizing incident management with faster detection and accurate root cause analysis. The third company’s LLaMA
Earlier this month, Montana became the first state in the U.S. to ban the popular short-form video app TikTok. And now the company has filed a lawsuit against the state. “We believe that the Montana bill that was recently passed is simply unconstitutional,” TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew said at the Qatar Economic Forum. “We very recently filed a lawsuit to challenge this in the courts, and we are confident that we will prevail.” U.S. lawmakers have expressed concerns that the Chinese government may po
A recent paper from Google DeepMind, OpenAI, and Anthropic could be a key step in developing shared safety protocols
Companies can allocate their funds in various ways to create shareholder value. But in the eyes of legendary investor Warren Buffett, one method stands out above all others. “If you do it at the right price, there’s nothing better than buying in your own business,” the Berkshire Hathaway CEO said during his company’s annual shareholders meeting in 2022. Buffett was referring to stock buybacks. Basically, a company can repurchase its own shares from the open market, effectively reducing the numbe