Discover four stocks pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence right here in Australia.
There’s no doubt about it, the Artificial Intelligence revolution is coming.
AI is already automating back-office tasks for business. From admin, to finance, even customer service.
And as high as 20% of surveyed businesses in the US plan to deploy AI ‘enterprise-wide’ within 2019.
Such a big mega-trend spells opportunity for savvy investors.
But how do you invest in an idea as big as Artificial Intelligence?
Start by finding stocks that are either pushing the boundaries or making it a reality.
That’s what Money Morning contributing editor, Lachlann Tierney, will introduce you to today.
Download his brand-new report ‘The Most Exciting AI and Automation Stocks on the ASX’ and you’ll learn:
- The machine learning superstar that’s doubled its share price five times since 2015: From a start-up of 12 people to a network of over a million skilled contractors, this firm has seen exponential growth. They provide the essential building blocks for machine learning systems used by giants like Microsoft. Plus, they have a history of making smart acquisitions and have the potential for even further growth.
- This high-density storage firm could hold the key to widespread uptake of AI: Artificial intelligence needs huge datasets to draw information from. One of the challenges in uptake has been the access for somewhere to store all this data. Big storage players like Fujitsu, Panasonic, and Western Digital are all working on solutions to this challenge. But it’s this tiny Aussie company that’s pushing the technology forward.
- Feeling sick? Make an appointment with a robot: Healthcare is one industry set to undergo a major shake-up with the AI revolution. Already, we’re finding AI more accurate at detecting breast cancer than actual doctors. The third Aussie firm you’ll be introduced to has just been granted FDA approval to launch their machine learning medical imaging product. It’s an exciting and potentially life-saving innovation that could help hundreds of thousands of people each year.
- The robotic construction worker that can build a three bedroom house in 72 hours: You read that right. Using a fully-automated process and proprietary technology, this company can lay bricks at lightning speed and assemble a house before your eyes. The implications for the building industry here are huge. And this little ASX automation gem has the tech locked up with 12 granted patents and another 31 pending applications.
You’ll learn all this and more in the brand-new report: ‘The Most Exciting AI and Automation Stocks on the ASX’.
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