It was probably one of the scariest demonstrations of AI I’d ever seen.
I was checking out a company my colleague has been writing about, and I came across one of its product demo videos on YouTube.
The AI was posed with a scenario involving a fairly large company’s operations.
In this scenario, the company’s internal financial team was projecting impressive growth for the following year, but when the AI checked it over, it discovered a problem.
Due to unforeseen combinations of elements, the growth was actually going to end up as a contraction from the previous year, with the problem being traced all the way down to a single senior salesperson.
This AI isolated the problem and the reasons for it and instantly came up with a solution designed to help and improve the performance of the salesperson in question, as well as erase much of the projected shortfall.
I was astounded, to say the least. The machine was making high-level management decisions based on intimate knowledge of all elements involved in a complex problem.
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If It's Good Enough for the Department of Defense…
That's a good question, and it’s got a great answer.
You see, this technology is incredibly malleable and can be applied to most any industry or organization.
The company that owns the tech, which it refers to as "Enterprise AI," has a client list that speaks for itself in terms of credibility.
Any doubt you might have about the validity of this remarkable expression of machine learning should be silenced by the fact that ExxonMobil, Con Edison, defense giant Raytheon, the U.S. Army, and the U.S. Air Force, among many other globally recognized corporations and agencies, are existing clients.
So if you feared that your job was at risk of being replaced by artificial intelligence before, now is the time to really start panicking because if it can take over high-level decision-making for organizations as massive and sensitive as the U.S. Air Force, it can theoretically do that anywhere in any scenario…
Problem-solving in complex medical cases, engineering dilemmas, and even social, political, and legal issues.
This is the kind of tech that science-fiction writers used to strike fear into their readers' hearts, and it’s already been adopted by the corporate and institutional world.
Realistically, you shouldn’t worry too much.
AI should be seen not as a threat but as a tool.
AI Could Bring About a New Golden Era
Armed with this powerful technology, executives and leaders at all levels of business and government will be able to move more quickly and efficiently, saving time and mitigating losses when promptness is critical.
Now, I know that my rosy perspective on the tech might not convince all of you that any of this is a good idea, and I see your side of it too.
Hyperfast thinking, a limitless capacity for information and detail, and an equally unlimited attention span sounds like a lot of power in the hands of those who wield it, but this is the way of the future, whether we like it or not.
As the laws of the jungle dictate, those with a substantive advantage will outcompete and outmaneuver those without it until only those with the advantage are left, thus neutralizing the advantage and reestablishing an equilibrium.
This means this technology will spread, and fast, as everyone scrambles to catch up.
For a young, fairly focused tech company, this is the perfect place to be.
I wish I could take credit for this one, but I can’t.
From Defense to the Fuel in Your Gas Tank
Jason Simpkins, one of my colleagues and investment director of the Secret Stock Files investment advisory, has been writing about this company for a couple weeks now.
He’s an authority on the subject particularly because of its application in the defense industry, which I know can be the most problematic for some people.
Thoughts of The Terminator and Skynet may come to mind here, but remember, the Chinese are almost definitely working on something similar, so which side of the equation would you prefer us to be on?
That’s why this company in particular, which is still fairly obscure for investors outside the industry, stands to ride this trend the farthest.
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The company, the tech, the future — you’ll know all about it.
It might scare you, but, like I said earlier, there’s no getting away from it. The genie is out of the bottle, and now the race is on.
You can either sit back and watch it happen, or you can exploit the trend to your advantage.
The choice is yours.
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Fortune favors the bold,
His flagship service, Microcap Insider, provides market-beating insights into some of the fastest moving, highest profit-potential companies available for public trading on the U.S. and Canadian exchanges. With more than 5 years of track record to back it up, Microcap Insider is the choice for the growth-minded investor. Alex contributes his thoughts and insights regularly to Energy and Capital. To learn more about Alex, click here.