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Bitcoin's Latest Halving is Complete, Here's What Happened

On Friday (April 19) at approximately 8:10 p.m. EDT, the much-anticipated Bitcoin halving occurred.The event happened when ViaBTC mined block number 840,000, reducing the reward rate from 6.25 Bitcoins to 3.125. Bitcoin remained stable over the weekend, staying within the US$63,000 to US$65,000 range. As of Monday (April 22) at 10:45 a.m. EDT, it was at US$66,243, up 2.2 percent in the past 24 hours and 2.7 percent compared to a month ago.While Bitcoin's price stayed relatively stable, the cryptocurrency's trading volume experienced significant fluctuations through the weekend, with a 45 percent increase from Friday to Saturday (April 20) followed by a 68 percent decline from Saturday to Sunday (April 21). The cryptocurrency's market capitalization currently sits at US$1.3 trillion.Bitcoin has rallied in the aftermath of previous halvings, but this year's event saw the cryptocurrency take off ahead of time, reaching new all-time highs in the first quarter of this year. These peaks were largely fueled by the approval of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds in the US on January 10, which led to increased investor interest. On March 12, Bitcoin’s market cap surpassed that of silver, positioning it as the eighth most valuable asset globally. The cryptocurrency reached its highest recorded value on March 14, hitting US$73,737.94. Over the last year, Bitcoin’s market cap has grown by a remarkable 142 percent.Halvings have significant implications for miners engaged in verifying transactions on the blockchain network. These events reduce the block reward that miners receive, effectively cutting their income in half. ViaBTC, the miner that mined the block that triggered the latest halving, was rewarded with ‎37.626 Bitcoins valued at US$2,402,245. Despite this significant sum, the halving will reportedly cost crypto-mining companies billions of dollars in revenue.To counteract this revenue loss, some mining companies, like Marathon Digital Holdings (NASDAQ:MARA) and CleanSpark (NASDAQ:CLSK), have invested in new equipment and facilities. However, smaller companies may struggle to strike a balance between revenue losses and operational costs. Validating transactions is an energy-intensive process, and as interest in Bitcoin grows, competition for power intensifies, making validation more challenging.Shares of miners have risen after the halving. Marathon Digital (NASDAQ:MARA) and Riot Platforms (NASDAQ:RIOT), two major players, saw their share prices increase by 8.77 and 6.78 percent, respectively, on Friday. This was followed by a further 11.77 percent increase for Riot at the start of trading on Monday and 4.18 percent for Marathon.Bitcoin's halving has once again highlighted the volatile nature of the cryptocurrency market. The event serves as a timely reminder of the potential risks and rewards associated with investing in these coins. It will be interesting to monitor the space in the weeks and months ahead, and investors should proceed with caution.For those looking to invest in Bitcoin, Peter Eberle, president and chief investment officer at Castle Analytics, shared his advice for adding Bitcoin to an investment portfolio with the Investing News Network.He explained that regularly rebalanced portfolios can benefit from volatile assets, and said studies show that including a 3 to 5 percent allocation of Bitcoin in a standard 60/40 portfolio could decrease overall portfolio volatility and increase expected returns. This is because the investor would be moving funds back and forth more during rebalancing.“One area that's critical to portfolio management, whether it has to do with Bitcoin or anything, is if the volatility of an investment is keeping you up at night, it's not the volatility of the investment, but rather the size of your allocation to that investment,” Eberle commented.Don't forget to follow us @INN_Technology for real-time news updates!Securities Disclosure: I, Meagen Seatter, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.Editorial Disclosure: The Investing News Network does not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the information reported in the interviews it conducts. The opinions expressed in these interviews do not reflect the opinions of the Investing News Network and do not constitute investment advice. All readers are encouraged to perform their own due diligence.

Bitcoin's Latest Halving is Complete, Here's What Happened 2024/04/22 11:30

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Altair (ALTR) Buys Cambridge Semantics, Enhances AI Technology (Revised)

In a bid to enhance its strong analytics and data science team with deep data warehousing expertise, Altair Engineering Inc. ALTR has acquired Cambridge Semantics.Cambridge Semantics is a modern data fabric provider and creator of

Altair (ALTR) Buys Cambridge Semantics, Enhances AI Technology (Revised) 2024/04/23 01:32

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How much is Bitcoin worth today?

Bitcoin is worth around $43,850 today, with its price consolidating ahead of the key spot ETF decision in the U.S.

Bitcoin's (BTC) price has been intensely scrutinized as investors and analysts watch for signs of its next major move.

As of Jan. 5, BTC's price was stabilizing around $43,850 after a 4.75% drop from its local high, suggesting a cautious market awaiting decisive moves.

The drop appeared amid rumors of U.S. regulators rejecting a round of spot exchange-traded fund (ETF) applications, which have been a critical point of focus for the crypto community.

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Altair (ALTR) Buys Cambridge Semantics, Enhances AI Technology (Revised)

In a bid to enhance its strong analytics and data science team with deep data warehousing expertise, Altair Engineering Inc. ALTR has acquired Cambridge Semantics.Cambridge Semantics is a modern data fabric provider and creator of

Altair (ALTR) Buys Cambridge Semantics, Enhances AI Technology (Revised) 2024/04/23 01:32

Taiwan Semiconductor Stock (NYSE:TSM): Post-Earnings Dip Signals Opportunity


Taiwan Semiconductor Stock (NYSE:TSM): Post-Earnings Dip Signals Opportunity 2024/04/22 22:27

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3 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Stocks That Are Screaming Buys in April

Artificial intelligence (AI) has captivated the tech world over the last year, skyrocketing countless stocks. However, AI is by no means a new concept. So you might be asking yourself, why has it suddenly blown up?

3 Artificial Intelligence (AI) Stocks That Are Screaming Buys in April 2024/04/22 18:15

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This Is Hands Down My Pick for the Best "Magnificent Seven" Stock Right Now. (Hint: It's Not Nvidia.)

When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), no other companies come close to the attention paid to the "Magnificent Seven." Indeed, Microsoft, Alphabet, Apple, Tesla, Nvidia, Meta Platforms, and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) are all helping shape the AI narrative in their own ways.

This Is Hands Down My Pick for the Best "Magnificent Seven" Stock Right Now. (Hint: It's Not Nvidia.) 2024/04/23 03:28

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Monday Sector Leaders: Industrial, Consumer Products

In afternoon trading on Monday, Industrial stocks are the best performing sector, higher by 1.4%. Within the sector, United Airlines Holdings Inc (Symbol: UAL) and American Airlines Group Inc (Symbol: AAL) are two of the day's stand-outs, showing a gain of 4.8% and 3.6%, respect

Monday Sector Leaders: Industrial, Consumer Products 2024/04/22 14:38

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This Is Hands Down My Pick for the Best "Magnificent Seven" Stock Right Now. (Hint: It's Not Nvidia.)

When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), no other companies come close to the attention paid to the "Magnificent Seven." Indeed, Microsoft, Alphabet, Apple, Tesla, Nvidia, Meta Platforms, and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) are all helping shape the AI narrative in their own ways.

This Is Hands Down My Pick for the Best "Magnificent Seven" Stock Right Now. (Hint: It's Not Nvidia.) 2024/04/23 03:28

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Should You Stay Away From Comcast (CMCSA) Ahead of Q1 Earnings?

Comcast CMCSA is set to report its first-quarter 2024 results on Apr 25.Comcast has been suffering from a challenging macroeconomic environment. Online video streaming service providers, such as Netflix NFLX, Disney DIS, YouTube a

Should You Stay Away From Comcast (CMCSA) Ahead of Q1 Earnings? 2024/04/22 15:06

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AI Stocks: 9 Biggest Companies in 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) may be an emerging technology, but there are plenty of billion-dollar companies in this space.As the market has grown over the past few years, AI technology has made strong inroads into several key industries, including logistics, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, customer service and cybersecurity.While AI-driven advancements in robotics have received the most press in recent years, the latest buzz has centered around OpenAI’s ChatGPT. This intelligent chatbot shows how quickly generative AI is advancing, and has attracted the attention of heavyweight technology companies such as Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), which has reportedly invested billions of dollars in the privately held OpenAI. Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has also released its own AI chat tool, Google Gemini.On a global scale, Fortune Business Insights predicts that the AI industry will experience a compound annual growth rate of 20.2 percent between 2024 and 2032 to reach a market value of more than US$2.74 trillion. Here the Investing News Network profiles some of the biggest AI stocks by market cap on US, Canadian and Australian stock exchanges. Data was gathered on April 12, 2024, using TradingView’s stock screener. American AI stocks According to Tracxn Technologies, the number of US AI companies has more than doubled since 2017 with over 70,700 companies working in the sector today. One of the major factors fueling growth in the American AI market, states Statista, is “the growing investments and partnerships among technology companies, research institutions, and governments".Below are three of the top US AI stocks. 1. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) {"@context":"http://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"Microsoft","url":"https://www.microsoft.com","description":"Microsoft develops and licenses consumer and enterprise software. It is known for its Windows operating systems and Office productivity suite.","tickerSymbol":"NGS:MSFT","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.jpg?id=46928538&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.jpg?id=46928538&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: US$3.134 trillion; share price: US$421.74In addition to the reported billions Microsoft is committed to investing in OpenAI, the technology behemoth has built its own AI solutions based on the chatbot creator’s technology: Bing AI and Copilot. OpenAI officially licensed its technologies to Microsoft in 2020. An update to Windows 11 in 2023 integrated Bing into the operating system's search bar, allowing users to interact with the chatbot directly with Microsoft's Edge browser, Chrome and Safari. Microsoft’s moves into generative AI have translated into higher revenues for its Azure cloud computing business, and a higher market capitalization as the tech giant pushed past the US$3 trillion mark in January 2024. The company is also expected to unveil its first AI PC this year. Buy now , 2. NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) {"@context":"http://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"NVIDIA Corporation","url":"https://www.nvidia.com","description":"Nvidia is the top designer of discrete graphics processing units that enhance the experience on computing platforms. The firm's chips are used in a variety of end markets, including high-end PCs for gaming, data centers, and automotive infotainment systems. In recent years, the firm has broadened its focus from traditional PC graphics applications such as gaming to more complex and favorable opportunities, including artificial intelligence and autonomous driving, which leverage the high-performance capabilities of the firm's products.","tickerSymbol":"NASDAQ:NVDA:US","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=32695260&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=32695260&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: US$2.215 trillion; share price: US$866.11The global leader in graphics processing unit (GPU) technology, NVIDIA is designing specialized chips used to train AI and machine learning models for laptops, workstations, mobile devices, notebooks, and PCs. The company is partnering with a number of big name tech firms to bring a number of key AI products to market. Through its partnership with Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL), NVIDIA is developing AI applications for enterprises, such as language-based services, speech recognition and cybersecurity. The chip maker has been instrumental in the build out of Meta Platforms’ (NASDAQ:META) AI supercomputer called the Research SuperCluster, which reportedly uses a total of 16,000 of NVIDIA's GPUs. Most recently, NVIDIA and the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (NYSE:TSM) have developed the world's first multi-die chip specifically designed for AI applications: the Blackwell GPU. Blackwell’s architecture allows for the increased processing power needed to train larger and more complex AI models.NVIDIA’s AI ambitions were on full display at its GPU Technology Conference in March where CEO Jensen Huang presented his company’s plans to build humanoid robots, known as Project GR00T. “Building foundation models for general humanoid robots is one of the most exciting problems to solve in AI today,” stated Huang in his keynote presentation.Buy now , 3. Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) {"@context":"http://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"Alphabet Inc.","url":"https://www.abc.xyz","description":"Alphabet Inc is a holding company, with Google, the Internet media giant, as a wholly owned subsidiary. Google generates 99% of Alphabet revenue, of which more than 85% is from online ads. Google's other revenue is from sales of apps and content on Google Play and YouTube, as well as cloud service fees and other licensing revenue. Sales of hardware such as Chromebooks, the Pixel smartphone, and smart homes products, which include Nest and Google Home, also contribute to other revenue. Alphabet's moonshot investments are in its other bets segment, where it bets on technology to enhance health (Verily), faster Internet access to homes (Google Fiber), self-driving cars (Waymo), and more. Alphabet's operating margin has been 25%-30%, with Google at 30% and other bets operating at a loss.","tickerSymbol":"NASDAQ:GOOGL","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=29940332&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=29940332&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: US$1.967 trillion; share price: US$158.92Alphabet holds court with both Microsoft and NVIDIA as part of the tech sector’s Magnificent 7, and its foray into AI has also brought the tech giant much success. As of April 12, Alphabet’s market cap looks set to surpass the US$2 trillion mark. It would seem investors still remain confident in the potential for growth in Alphabet’s AI ventures despite its hiccups in the rollout of its subsidiary Google’s AI chatbot Gemini, formerly called Bard. “While the headlines haven’t been favorable, Google’s role in generative AI products will present massive growth opportunities for the stock,” said Sylvia Jablonski, chief executive officer at Defiance ETFs.In early April, Google introduced a custom AI chip designed for its cloud services customers. Set to be delivered later this year, the technology uses British semiconductor company Arm Holding's (NASDAQ:ARM) AI architecture. In the same week, Google revealed its new A3 Mega AI processor based on NVIDIA’s H100 Technology.Buy now , Canadian AI stocks Recognized as a world-leading AI research hub, Canada ranks fifth out of 54 countries in the Global AI Index. Since 2017, the Canadian government has invested hundreds of millions of dollars into accelerating the research and commercialization of AI technology in the country through the Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy. Recent research by IBM (NYSE:IBM) says Canadian businesses are increasingly adopting AI, with 37 percent of IT professionals in large enterprises reporting that they have deployed the technology in their operations.Below are three of the top Canadian AI stocks. 1. CGI (TSX:GIB.A) {"@context":"http://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"CGI Class A Subordinate Voting Shares","url":"https://investingnews.com/stocks/tsx-gib-a/cgi-class-a-subordinate-voting-shares/","description":"CGI Inc. is a Canada-based IT-services provider with an embedded position in North America and Europe.","tickerSymbol":"TSX:GIB.A","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.jpg?id=52004774&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.jpg?id=52004774&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: US$33.238 billion; share price: US$143.45Montreal-based CGI is among the world’s largest IT systems integration companies, and offers a wide range of services, from cloud migration and digital transformation to data analysis, fraud detection, and even supply chain optimization. Its more than 700 clients span the retail, wholesale, consumer packaged goods and consumer services sectors worldwide.Through a partnership with Google, CGI is leveraging the Google Cloud Platform to strengthen the capabilities of its CGI PulseAI™ solution, which can be integrated with existing applications and workflows.CGI is aggressively working to expand its generative AI capabilities and client offerings, and reportedly is planning to invest US$1 billion into its AI offerings. In early March, the company launched Elements360 ARC-IBA, an AI powered platform for brokers and insurers to settle accounts in the UK broking industry. Buy now , 2. OpenText (TSX:OTEX) {"@context":"https://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"Open Text Corporation","url":"https://www.opentext.com","description":"Open Text Corp grew out of a technology project involving the Oxford English Dictionary at Canada's University of Waterloo in the mid-1980s. Its software allows clients to archive, aggregate, retrieve, and search unstructured information (such as documents, e-mail, and presentations). The OpenText Information Management platform and services provide secure and scalable solutions for global enterprises, SMBs, governments, and consumers around the world. It also accelerates transformations with intelligent tools and services. The company is based in Ontario, Canada.","tickerSymbol":"TSX:OTEX","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=31700121&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=31700121&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: C$13.366 billion; share price: C$48.58Ontario-based OpenText is one of Canada’s largest software companies. The tech firm develops and sells enterprise information management software. Its portfolio includes hundreds of products in the areas of enterprise content management, digital process automation and security, plus AI and analytics tools. OpenText serves small businesses, large enterprises and governments alike.OpenText's AI & Analytics platform has an open architecture that enables integration with other AI services, including Google Cloud and Azure. It can leverage all types of data, including structured or unstructured data, big data and the internet of things (IoT) to quickly create interactive visuals.In January, OpenText launched its Cloud Editions 24.1, which includes enhancements to its OpenText Aviator portfolio. "Leveraging AI for impactful results depends on reliable data – without it, even the most skilled data scientists will struggle,” stated OpenText CEO and CTO tMark J. Barrenechea. “By expanding the Aviator portfolio in conjunction with our world class information management platform, Cloud Editions 24.1 empowers customers with the tools and insights needed to get ahead." Buy now , 3. Descartes Systems Group (TSX:DSG) {"@context":"https://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"Descartes Systems Group Inc. (The)","url":"https://www.descartes.com","description":"The Descartes Systems Group provides a software solution that allows users in the shipping industry to communicate with one another. The core product is the Global Logistics Network, which is best understood as transaction driven. Descartes charges clients to send/receive messages, data, and documents on the GLN (the transactions). Customers typically contract for a monthly minimum over a multiyear period. The GLN platform allows for Descartes to upsell additional software modules as well, typically provided via a software-as-a-service model.","tickerSymbol":"TSX:DSG","sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033143&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033143&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: C$8.9 billion; share price: C$104Descartes Systems Group provides on-demand software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. The multinational technology company specializes in logistics software, supply chain management software and cloud-based services for logistics businesses.AI and ML enhancements to Descartes’ routing, mobile and telematics suite are helping the company’s customers optimize fleet performance. “AI and ML are perfect extensions to our advanced route optimization and execution capabilities,” said Ken Wood, executive vice president at Descartes. “From dynamic delivery appointment scheduling through planning and real-time route execution, we’ve used AI and ML to improve our ability to deliver the next level of fleet performance for customers.”Buy now , Australian AI stocks AI investment in Australia is expected to reach AU$5.7 billion in 2026, according to research firm IDC. The biggest spenders when it comes to AI in Australia are the banking industry, the federal government, professional services and retail.Below are three of the top Australian AI stocks. 1. Xero (ASX:XRO) {"@context":"https://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"XERO FPO NZX [XRO]","url":"https://www.xero.com","description":"Xero is a provider of cloud-based accounting software, primarily aimed at the small and medium enterprise, or SME, and accounting practice markets. The company has grown quickly from its base in New Zealand and surpassed local incumbent providers MYOB and Reckon to become the largest SME accounting SaaS provider in the region. Xero is also growing internationally, with a focus on the United Kingdom and the United States. The company has a history of losses and equity capital raisings, as it has prioritised customer growth.","tickerSymbol":null,"sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033174&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033174&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: AU$18.451 billion; share price: AU$121.96New Zealand-based technology company Xero provides cloud-based accounting software for small and medium-sized businesses. The company’s product portfolio also includes the Xero Accounting app, Xero HQ, Xero Ledger, Xero Workpapers and Xero tax tools. Xero has made a number of AI enhancements to its platform in recent years, including bank reconciliation predictions that save time and reduce errors, and Analytics Plus, a suite of AI-powered planning and forecasting tools. In March, the company launched its Gen AI assistant, named ‘Just Ask Xero’ or JAX. Some of its features include the automation or streamlining of repetitive and time-consuming tasks; the ability to anticipate tasks based on previous user actions and the ability to make cashflow projections on request. Buy now , 2. TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE) {"@context":"https://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"TECH ONE FPO [TNE]","url":"https://www.technologyonecorp.com","description":"Technology One Ltd is one of the largest publicly listed software companies in Australia, with offices across six countries. It develops user-friendly enterprise software products that are deeply integrated into customers' information technology, or IT, infrastructure. The company boasts more than 1,000 clients spread across seven industry segments: namely, government, local government, financial services, education, health and community services, utilities, and managed services.","tickerSymbol":null,"sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033181&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033181&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: AU$5.213 billion; share price: AU$16.23TechnologyOne is another large enterprise technology software firm in Australia. In fact, it is the country’s largest enterprise resource planning SaaS company. TechnologyOne has a client base of over 1,200, including customers in the government, education, health and financial services sectors across Australia, New Zealand and the UK. The company’s research and development center is targeting cloud-based technology, AI and ML.TechnologyOne recently announced its 2023 financial results, highlighting that it saw record profits for the 14th year. The company’s SaaS annual recurring revenue was up 22 percent and its after-tax profit was up 16 percent. TechnologyOne attributes the strong results to robust demand for the company’s global SaaS enterprise resource planning solution. TechOne attributed its success to the large number of major deals it completed in the government sector over the period. Buy now , 3. Brainchip Holdings (ASX:BRN) {"@context":"https://schema.org","@type":"Corporation","name":"BRAINCHIP FPO [BRN]","url":"https://www.brainchipinc.com","description":"BrainChip Holdings Ltd is engaged in neuromorphic computing. Neuromorphic computing is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that simulates the functionality of the human neuron. The company has developed a revolutionary spiking neural network (SNN) technology, a type of neuromorphic computing that learns autonomously, evolves, and associates information just like the human brain. It operates through one segment namely, the technological development of designs. The company's products include Akida IP, Meta TF, Akida1000, and others.","tickerSymbol":null,"sameAs":[],"image":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033200&width=980","logo":"https://investingnews.com/media-library/image.gif?id=33033200&width=210"} Company Profile Market cap: AU$647.603 million; share price: AU$0.345Global technology company BrainChip Holdings has developed and commercialized a type of edge AI that simulates the functionality of the human neuron. The company's neuromorphic processor, Akida, enables the deployment of edge computing across several applications, including connected cars, consumer electronics and industrial IoT.BrainChip partnered with AI-based video analytics solutions provider CVEDIA in May 2023 to further develop edge AI and neuromorphic computing. The CVEDIA-RT platform for video analytics will be integrated with BrainChip’s Akida neuromorphic IP. The technology has applications in security and surveillance, transportation, information technology services and retail.The company has also partnered with MYWAI, a leader artificial intelligence-of-things (AIoT) solution provider. They will leverage BrainChip’s Akida™, with MYWAI’s AIoT Platform for equipment-as-a-service. “The partnership is expected to accelerate the adoption of Edge AI in the industrial and robotic sectors and generate significant value for both companies and their customers,” stated the press release. Buy now , FAQs for AI stocks ​Which company is leading the AI race? Google and Microsoft are battling it out for king of the AI hill. While a study from digital marketing firm Critical Mass shows that consumers believe Alphabet’s Google is leading the AI race, analysts are pointing to Microsoft as the clear frontrunner. Microsoft stands to benefit in a big way from its billions of dollars investment in OpenAI's ChatGPT as advancements in generative AI may have the potential to increase the company's revenues for its Azure cloud computing business. ​Which country is doing best in AI? North America is the global hotspot for advancements in AI technology and is home to the majority of the world’s largest AI providers. Of the countries in this region, Canada’s AI industry is showing the fastest growth, according to a report by Markets and Markets. Swiss-based CRM firm InvestGlass positions the US as the primary hub for AI development, and many of the world’s leading tech giants are headquartered there. According to the firm, China comes in a close second. ​What is Elon Musk's AI company? In November 2023, Elon Musk launched Grok, a new AI technology company based in Nevada. While not much is known about the company yet, Musk said he is starting it as a "third option" to ChatGPT and Google Gemini; its product will be named TruthGPT. ​Does Tesla have its own AI? Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) has developed proprietary AI chips and neural network architecture. The company’s autonomous vehicle AI system gathers visual data in real time from eight cameras to produce a 3D output that helps to identify the presence and motion of obstacles, lanes and traffic lights. The AI-driven models also help autonomous vehicles make quick decisions. In addition to developing autonomous vehicles, Tesla is working on bi-pedal robotics. Don't forget to follow us @INN_Technology for real-time news updates!Securities Disclosure: I, Melissa Pistilli, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.

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Bitcoin's Latest Halving is Complete, Here's What Happened

On Friday (April 19) at approximately 8:10 p.m. EDT, the much-anticipated Bitcoin halving occurred.The event happened when ViaBTC mined block number 840,000, reducing the reward rate from 6.25 Bitcoins to 3.125. Bitcoin remained stable over the weekend, staying within the US$63,000 to US$65,000 range. As of Monday (April 22) at 10:45 a.m. EDT, it was at US$66,243, up 2.2 percent in the past 24 hours and 2.7 percent compared to a month ago.While Bitcoin's price stayed relatively stable, the cryptocurrency's trading volume experienced significant fluctuations through the weekend, with a 45 percent increase from Friday to Saturday (April 20) followed by a 68 percent decline from Saturday to Sunday (April 21). The cryptocurrency's market capitalization currently sits at US$1.3 trillion.Bitcoin has rallied in the aftermath of previous halvings, but this year's event saw the cryptocurrency take off ahead of time, reaching new all-time highs in the first quarter of this year. These peaks were largely fueled by the approval of spot Bitcoin exchange-traded funds in the US on January 10, which led to increased investor interest. On March 12, Bitcoin’s market cap surpassed that of silver, positioning it as the eighth most valuable asset globally. The cryptocurrency reached its highest recorded value on March 14, hitting US$73,737.94. Over the last year, Bitcoin’s market cap has grown by a remarkable 142 percent.Halvings have significant implications for miners engaged in verifying transactions on the blockchain network. These events reduce the block reward that miners receive, effectively cutting their income in half. ViaBTC, the miner that mined the block that triggered the latest halving, was rewarded with ‎37.626 Bitcoins valued at US$2,402,245. Despite this significant sum, the halving will reportedly cost crypto-mining companies billions of dollars in revenue.To counteract this revenue loss, some mining companies, like Marathon Digital Holdings (NASDAQ:MARA) and CleanSpark (NASDAQ:CLSK), have invested in new equipment and facilities. However, smaller companies may struggle to strike a balance between revenue losses and operational costs. Validating transactions is an energy-intensive process, and as interest in Bitcoin grows, competition for power intensifies, making validation more challenging.Shares of miners have risen after the halving. Marathon Digital (NASDAQ:MARA) and Riot Platforms (NASDAQ:RIOT), two major players, saw their share prices increase by 8.77 and 6.78 percent, respectively, on Friday. This was followed by a further 11.77 percent increase for Riot at the start of trading on Monday and 4.18 percent for Marathon.Bitcoin's halving has once again highlighted the volatile nature of the cryptocurrency market. The event serves as a timely reminder of the potential risks and rewards associated with investing in these coins. It will be interesting to monitor the space in the weeks and months ahead, and investors should proceed with caution.For those looking to invest in Bitcoin, Peter Eberle, president and chief investment officer at Castle Analytics, shared his advice for adding Bitcoin to an investment portfolio with the Investing News Network.He explained that regularly rebalanced portfolios can benefit from volatile assets, and said studies show that including a 3 to 5 percent allocation of Bitcoin in a standard 60/40 portfolio could decrease overall portfolio volatility and increase expected returns. This is because the investor would be moving funds back and forth more during rebalancing.“One area that's critical to portfolio management, whether it has to do with Bitcoin or anything, is if the volatility of an investment is keeping you up at night, it's not the volatility of the investment, but rather the size of your allocation to that investment,” Eberle commented.Don't forget to follow us @INN_Technology for real-time news updates!Securities Disclosure: I, Meagen Seatter, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.Editorial Disclosure: The Investing News Network does not guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of the information reported in the interviews it conducts. The opinions expressed in these interviews do not reflect the opinions of the Investing News Network and do not constitute investment advice. All readers are encouraged to perform their own due diligence.

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Stocks to Watch: DuPont, Nike, KB Home are stocks to watch

Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Friday’s session are DuPont, Nike, and KB Home.

Stocks to Watch: DuPont, Nike, KB Home are stocks to watch 2014/06/27 06:48

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