Qualcomm

Saturday 12th December 2015

When Computers Dematerialize into Everyday Objects

Jason Silva / Qualcomm

 

Wednesday 30th November 2016

Building an AI Portfolio

The following stocks offer exposure to Artificial Intelligence. – Lee Banfield

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Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL)

Stock Price: $776

Market Cap: $531 billion

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Healthcare Images – Google Deepmind

Machine Learning – GoogleML

Autonomous Systems – Google Self-driving Car

Hardware – GoogleTPU

Open Source Library – TensorFlow

IBM (NYSE: IBM)

Stock Price: $162

Market Cap: $154 billion

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Enterprise Intelligence – IBM Watson

Healthcare – IBM Watson Health

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN)

Stock Price: $752

Market Cap: $355 billion

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Personal Assistant – Amazon Alexa

Open Source Library – DSSTNE

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT)

Stock Price: $60

Market Cap: $473 billion

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Personal Assistant – Cortana

Open Source Libraries – CNTK, AzureML, DMTK

Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA)

Stock Price: $94

Market Cap: $50 billion

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Hardware

Samsung (SSNLF:US)

Stock Price: $1,250

Market Cap: $176 billion

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Personal Assistant – Viv

Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM)

Stock Price: $68

Market Cap: $100 billion

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Hardware

Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA)

Stock Price: $188

Market Cap: $29 billion

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Autonomous Vehicles

Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN)

Stock Price: $133

Market Cap: $20 billion

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Healthcare, Cancer Detection – Grail

Mobileye (NYSE: MBLY)

Stock Price: $37

Market Cap: $8 billion

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Autonomous Vehicles

 

 

Saturday 24th December 2016

Qualcomm: VR Headsets will be the Size of Regular Glasses “Very Soon”

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Qualcomm senior vice president Raj Talluri made the claim during a keynote at the company’s 5G summit.

“If you look at my glasses, they [VR/AR headsets] won’t look too different in a few years. They’re not there right now, but we can already see that eventually they will be.”

According to Talluri, the glasses will revolutionise the way people consume media such as sports.

Qualcomm CTO Matt Grob said that, even with more advanced standalone headsets, VR and AR won’t become mass-market products until the launch of 5G.

“5G will let us stream high-quality 360-degree VR from anywhere. When you have the ability to offer a Gbps, low-latency, low-cost connection, you can take advantage of cloud processing. That’s what’s going to enable companies such as Magic Leap and many others to bring Hollywood-style graphics, in real-time, to large numbers of people,” he said. – Alastair Stevenson

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