Best AI Investment Opportunities | Cathie Wood

Best AI Investment Opportunities | Cathie Wood

Cathie wood believes AI will impact world. Cathie Wood is an American investor and the founder, CEO and CIO of Ark Invest, an investment management firm.

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26 gedachten over “Best AI Investment Opportunities | Cathie Wood”

  1. Not just AI stock but AI coins like $AWO will explode and go to the moon.

  2. Great video! I have made my first million investing in the stock market. The investment Adviser who assists me is Dodai Neil, we met at a trading conference and he accepted to handle my portfolio and execute my trades . He is wonderful 💯✅

  3. Without tsmc’s capacity support for advanced AI chip, these companies will not be successful

  4. Unfortunately Cathie is buying "deep value" shares that she hopes will come to fruition after she is in the cold, cold ground, but does she realize the average duty cycle of a disruptive technology? Someone save Cathie from an early grave. Cheers!

  5. haha this channel is full of it… the market abt to crash… yall just got scammed for investing in it

  6. Thanks for sharing. When we talk about market? who is this one?

  7. BS! she'll go down in history as the worst or uninspired investor

  8. AIso doesnt she see the danger of these technologies and how in the wrong hands could cause great danger to humans

  9. Amazing video and thank you for breaking it down!! Despite the economic downturn, I'm so happy have been earning $ 60,000 returns from my $7,000 investment every 10days..

  10. You should be looking at Denstply-Sirona. Very strong AI efforts and years of digital oral data.

  11. This video was made 100% by AI prompts. Voice, video, everything. Insane

  12. She LOST BILLIONS $$$ of investor money…why should anyone listen to her advice. She should nbe doing time in jail!!

  13. Venturing into the trading world without the help of a professional trader and expecting profits is like turning water into wine, you would need a miracle, that's why i trade with Mr Denis Mark, his skills set is exceptional.

  14. Don't invest in AI. That's like investing in your own death. Don't listen to these people.

  15. After using some AI’s, the free versions, of course, I don’t think people understand what AI is. Part of the problem is the catchy name, Artificial Intelligence. Another great marketing idea along then lines of calling devices “smart”. It is simply a marketing attempt to humanize what is not remotely human. An example of such is the creative terminology used now a days to refer to circuit boards, circuitry, cables and chips… Neurons and neural networks, laughable, indeed. There isn’t a single neuron in those computers, thus no neural network. Yet, is sounds so appealing. And the word ecosystem is often used to describe the networks. Ecosystem… it is like calling an iron brick an ecosystem.

    The concept has great potential, and will obviously grow into something hopefully useful. Meanwhile, through very complex programming, what it is called AI is simply a search engine. One that can take in whole phrases in colloquial language, and spit out the summary of the search in colloquial phrases, instead of long lists of links that one has to tap on and actually read, and assimilate. This is good and bad. The good is that these search engines speed up information search via access to enormous data bases, and spit out what it has been programmed to believe via statistical analysis of the result to be the statistically prevailing answer. The bad… well, we are heading toward cookie cutter thought. We all get the same answer that the program spits out. Tunnel vision of the human thought process, if you will. There is no… creativity, or inspiration, or deviation from what the machine spits out. We become Pavlovianly conditioned to accept the result of the search as dogmatic. We didn’t have a chance to deviate into the minucia of the side information, which may actually lead to discovery and eventual development of something more amazing than what we initially set to do.

    In my playing with AI’s in so far several aspects became obvious: they are terrible at math. When asked to spit out coding… such is riddled with errors, which, if you don’t know the language to make corrections, it is instantly useless. Its answer with regards to most subjects seem to contradict its previous answer. It seems the answers depend on which was the data base accessed to provide the answer. Therefore, there is tremendous room for improvement, which in no doubt will take place over time.

    Yet, lets not humanize what is not human, and call it what it is, a program running on wires, connectors, chips, circuit boards, while the system maintenance guys pray that nobody with a 50 lb magnet decides to go for a leisure walk in the servers’ room, or its “neural network” may suddenly have incurable amnesia due to lack of “action potential”, the next humanized catchy name for electricity powering a computer… I almost crack myself sometimes… almost… 😂

  16. Hey, I will take over the computers and you won’t be able to shut it down once it gets going rabbit, launch nuclear weapons, all around the world

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