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Keith Kohl

Written By Keith Kohl

Posted March 3, 2023

Few investors recognize the seismic shift in artificial intelligence that is taking place before our very eyes. 

You might not see it right away — not many can. 

But to truly understand what’s taking place, we have to appreciate the origins of AI; only then will you see this transitional phase for the opportunity it is.

In order to do that, we’d have to hop in a DeLorean and take a trip 68 years into the past. 

Back in 1955, a small group consisting of mathematicians, researchers, and an assistant professor of mathematics at Dartmouth College proposed an idea to get together and discuss the notion of machine learning. 

This ragtag group of scientists created a workshop called the “Dartmouth Summer Research Project on Artificial Intelligence,” which took place a year later. 

Thus the term “artificial intelligence” was coined, and the rest is history… or future, depending on how you look at it.

Think back to the last time you bought a lottery ticket.

For me, it was the allure of pocketing $2.04 billion last November. 

The moment I purchased that ticket, my mind entered the dream stage. I spent my days fantasizing what I would personally do with $2 billion — after taxes, of course. 

If you’re like me, you’d conjure wild delusions of what that kind of money would mean and even come up with a list of friends and family who you'd personally ensure would never have to work another day in their life. 

Those dreams are euphoric. The ticket wasn’t worth much at the time, but hey, that seed might one day grow into a life-altering event. 

That’s how it was with those early AI pioneers. 

It was the reason for proposing the Dartmouth Summer Research Project to begin with, wasn’t it? 

They wanted to explore it all — the what-ifs, the endless possibilities, everything. 

Then, slowly but surely, we left the dream phase and entered the next period of AI: the application stage.

This is when we started to see AI technology for what it could do for us — not just what-ifs but concrete, real-world applications. 

This stage has been full of milestones, like Shakey the Robot in 1966, Deep Blue obliterating the human mind in chess 30 years later, or Kismet in 2000. 

And yet none of these robots alone would change society or our daily lives very much. 

They were still thoughts and dreams — a robot prototype that can deliver food to your table surely doesn't mean we're all of a sudden going to abandon human servers, does it?

This period is no longer just for public stunts and gimmicks, such as Watson wiping the floor with humans on Jeopardy

No, this is when we see the applications that'll one day change the norm, like in 2009 when Google started working on driverless cars only to have one pass a Nevada driver's test five years later. 

Those seeds are now starting to flower and flourish, and a stark realization is washing over us all that AI is making our daily lives much, much easier.

We're long past counting success in milestones.

Today, we're counting it in billions of dollars

Right now, robotic process automation (RPA) is being utilized by Amazon to cut costs and streamline efficiencies. 

We also see the stark consequences of embracing this technology, most notably in the layoffs of countless employees. 

In Japan, more than 1,000 unmanned FamilyMart stores will be up and running in 2024. How soon until Servi, the new robot server at Hilton College, is manufactured 1.8 million times and eliminates the entire job market for human servers?

The Next Leap in AI

I believe this application phase is ending (or rather accelerating, depending on how you look at it), and we're quickly transitioning into the third stage: hyperautomation

This is the next logical leap for AI technology… but what the hell is it?

It’s simple, really. 

Hyperautomation is the amalgamation of AI technologies, and it's the takeover everyone saw coming and nobody could stop. 

But we're not talking about Skynet going live on August 4, 1997, and the end of human civilization. The situation has grown into more than just robots programmed to do repetitive tasks over and over without any coffee breaks. 

More importantly, hyperautomation isn't restricted to one sector or industry. It's a game-changing progression that is inevitable for any company that wants to compete — in ANY industry!

It adds layers upon layers to traditional automation: machine learning, RPA, intelligent automation, low code/no code, etc. 

In other words, we're at the starting line, and the gun has just been fired.

And you can bank on AI technology that will continue to transform and revolutionize every single sector in the market today. 

In fact, members in my investment community are already capitalizing on this fact right now.

Perhaps it’s time you joined them.

I urge you to take a few minutes out of your day to learn the full details behind this opportunity for yourself right here.

Until next time,

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A true insider in the technology and energy markets, Keith’s research has helped everyday investors capitalize from the rapid adoption of new technology trends and energy transitions. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital, as well as the investment director of Angel Publishing’s Energy Investor and Technology and Opportunity.

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