Artificial Intelligence is developing by leaps and bounds at present, covering every aspect of our daily lives even at this stage. Allianz Global Artificial Intelligence provides a platform for investors to take part in this growth.
More efficient industrial production, safer living or better healthcare – Artificial Intelligence is changing the world in which we live. What was regarded as science fiction just a few years ago is now reality. Our video above shows how Artificial Intelligence is becoming an everyday part of our lives, one that we take for granted.
A robot that cleans the house by itself, a fridge that re-orders groceries on its own or a computer that chooses music to match our mood – this is already on the agenda for "smart homes". The Internet of Things is becoming a huge growth market.
Safer roads, fewer traffic jams through smart traffic guidance systems and a reduction in CO2 emissions – those are only three of the many aspects of driverless road transport, controlled by Artificial Intelligence. This future has only just begun.
Every second everywhere in the world, unimaginable quantities of data are being generated, including text, photos, videos or audio information. This data is in a way both the starting point and the guidepost, since it determines to a large extent how Artificial Intelligence will work in future.
Going forward, the healthcare system will be strongly influenced by developments in Artificial Intelligence. The expected benefits include improved prevention, more individualized care and generally more cost-effective healthcare.
As a high-tech force with the potential to disrupt entire industries, artificial intelligence could transform today’s world even more than the internet once did. And with AI at an inflection point, investors have an exciting opportunity to tap future sources of growth potential across the market.
Although some view robo-advice as a passing trend, it has the potential to help investors and advisors alike, according to two new Grassroots Research surveys. Some advisors are even using the technology to manage smaller accounts more efficiently, which could bring more investors into the advice realm.