As the calendar flips to January, the only thing outnumbering New Year’s resolutions will be everyone’s predictions about the future. And nowhere is the prediction mania more pronounced than in the technology sector.
A new study by McKinsey & Co. indicates that — in a best-case scenario — one-third of the workforce in the U.S. will be replaced by AI after 2030. And robots are targeting one sector in particular: finance. Out of 300,000 jobs in asset management worldwide, 90,000 will be controlled by AI by 2025. Would you trust your money with a robot?
Innovation never disappoints. That was the battle cry upon which I started at Wall Street Daily 10 years ago at the top of the oil boom. I’m especially bullish on three specific industries at the moment.
With a healthy uptick in GDP, increased political stability going forward and a weakening yen boosting exports — now is the perfect time to diversify into the Japanese market.
Artificial intelligence is a concept that’s already impacting our modern world. Some see a robot war brewing. But the real future is one of cooperation: AI plus HI.
According to Lux Research, self-driving cars will represent an $87 billion opportunity by 2030. But it won’t happen without this critical technology.
One day, a Skynet-like entity could harness the power of artificial intelligence to destroy humanity. The good news is, the technology giants of today are working together to ensure our survival.
Humans, computers… what’s the difference anymore? We dive into the world of healthcare, artificially intelligent robotics, and space travel.
As the robotic revolution continues, we discuss how robots are saving human lives in surgery, and look at the companies that are front-and-center of this growing industry.
I like to think I’m a “young” 45. My daughters, of course, would say otherwise. And when I reflect on the fact that my first thoughts upon hearing the acronym “AI” turn to “Allen Iverson,” now long retired from the NBA, I’m forced to concede their point. I am indeed “Old Man Dittman.” At the...