- (0:35) - Part 3: Pure Play Companies Leading AI
- (1:30) - Big Data Impact on AI
- (4:45) - Robotics and Automation
On today’s episode of the Tech Talk Tuesday podcast, Ryan McQueeney concludes his three-part series on artificial intelligence by discussing more specific strategies for investors interested in AI. This week, Ryan highlights “pure play” AI stocks focused on big data and robotics.
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“Pure Play” AI stocks present unique growth opportunities as artificial intelligence becomes a more important piece of everyday life. There are plenty of different options in this space, so to make things easier for listeners, Ryan separates these pure plays into two fields: big data and robotics.
Big data companies use AI technology and machine learning to dissect massive amounts of information at unfathomable speeds. Meanwhile, robotics companies promise to drive the AI industry by pairing human-like physical and cognitive functions.
On the data side, investors should be aware of companies like Tableau Software (DATA - Free Report) , which specializes in visualization products focused on business intelligence; Varonis Systems NRVS, a big data security firm; and HubSpot (HUBS - Free Report) , a leader in the fields of social media, content management, web analytics, and SEO.
In terms of robotics, investors can look at pioneers like drone maker AeroVironment (AVAV - Free Report) and home automation giant iRobot (IRBT - Free Report) . Make sure to check out the show to hear more AI investing strategies!
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