Apple Artificial Intelligence: Artificial Intelligence Helps Apple and the Rest of the World

Tomer Solel is a Financial Analyst at I Know First. He graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics. 
  • Apple Artificial IntelligenceArtificial intelligence seeks to explain intelligent behavior in terms of computational processes.
  • Apple relies heavily on AI with Siri and other developing products.
  • AI is already in its developing stages in this world.
  • Artificial intelligence is very complex, as it can be both harmful and helpful.
  • Finance, medicine, and telemarketing are just a few examples of fields that use AI.
  • I Know First uses AI to forecast the stock market when producing its daily forecasts.

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Apple Artificial Intelligence: Where Apple Fits Into the AI Race

AAPLIn 2011 when IBM’s super-computer Watson won on Jeopardy, people got a glimpse of what the future will be like. It will be a world where machines and humans can have a real conversation, and robots will be cooking and serving food. Speech recognition machines like IBM’s Watson, Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, and Google Now are all trying to create this world.

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Stock Market Index Based On AI: Up To 12.38% Return In 14 Days

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Recommended Positions: Long
Forecast Length: 14 Days (9/29/15 – 10/13/15)
I Know First Average: 5.68%

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IBM And AI: Will The Shift From Hardware To Business Intelligence And Data Analytics Pay Off?

AI, IBM, & Watson: A Summary

  • Of all artificial intelligence companies, currently IBM leads the race.
  • Watson was recently opened to the public under Watson Analytics; however, the free model keeps revenue streams low.
  • Generous dividends and stock buybacks are being financed by long-term loans, completely unsustainable unless long-term investments start to pay off.
  • Algorithmic and fundamental analysis determines the stock to be 100% unpredictable in the short term, slightly unfavorable in the mid-term (1 year), and a great long-term investment.

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