The pace at which technology is continuously evolving is unprecedented. Each and every day seemingly brings with it some new and exciting thing to be excited about in the world of tech. Fresh off a year that saw the world retreat indoors in an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, much of society grew more reliant and more accepting of technology as a whole. Technology played a big role in various aspects of everyday life such as communication, data transfer, analysis, and even entertainment. More than that, in the age of digital information, a smart device is being placed in the hands of someone new every single day.
In some industries, achieving scale has always been incredibly difficult, either because they require too much human capital, or logistical challenges stand in the way. The real estate, car dealership, and legal industries are great examples of this. The internet has opened up new opportunities to climb those hurdles, but artificial intelligence (AI) is proving to be the most valuable piece of the puzzle -- completing tasks that used to require many employees, doing so in repeatable ways, and evolving along the way. DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU), Carvana (NYSE: CVNA), and Zillow Group (NASDAQ: ZG)(NASDAQ: Z) have adopted artificial intelligence both organically and through acquisitions, and they are using it to dominate their industries, areas that are still largely stuck doing things the way they've always been done. All three companies have achieved exponential growth and blazed new trails that have changed consumer habits forever.
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In January, 2021, retail investors - Robinhood army - came together on Reddit's Wall Street Bets group and other social media outlets to take down prominent hedge funds by causing a short squeeze and pushing up GameStop's stock price by 400% in just one week¹. This amount of volatility is not normal, the retail investors were urged on by the Reddit group to punish hedge funds that had taken an outsized short bet against GameStop. Tracking market sentiment can be a powerful tool for investors because understanding the mood of where the market is going can allow one to capitalize from the changing direction. Combining market sentiment with market fundamental will result in more sound investments. I was fascinated by the showdown between Wall Street and Reddit and inspired to understand how machine learning (ML) can be used to track market sentiment.
Two years ago, Open AI released Safety Gym, a suite of environments and tools for measuring progress towards reinforcement learning agents that respect safety constraints while training. Safety Gym has use cases across the reinforcement learning ecosystem. The open-source release is available on GitHub, where researchers and developers can get started with just a few lines of code. In this article, we will explore some of the alternative environments, tools and libraries for researchers to train machine learning models. AI Safety Gridworlds is a suite of reinforcement learning environments illustrating various safety properties of intelligent agents.
In general, trading is about making decisions on transactions with assets in order to make a profit. All technical analysis is based on statistical data, past market behavior, and reactions. Consequently, the analysis and search for some market patterns can be performed not only by person but by computer and artificial intelligence. It is no secret that trading robots have been working in the stock market for a long time, focusing on price movements in trends and within channels. According to a 2020 JPMorgan study, over 60% of trades over $10M were executed using algorithms.
In this article, I identify 9 megatrends -- exponential shifts that are already underway on a global scale -- and how they will shape the future of the metaverse. Most of the megatrends are a blend of both technology and social change. Here are the megatrends I'll discuss: By looking at the 9 megatrends here, we are given a chance to "pull back the camera lens" and see a picture of the wider landscape upon which we're constructing the metaverse. People increasingly regard the virtual world to be as real as the physical world. In the physical world, trust is how relationships and institutions function.
The energy consumption from crypto mining has been increasingly exponentially with the increasing adoption of crypto. This increasing becoming of concern as it should be. Large parts of the world suffer from energy deprivation due to unaffordability and inadequate energy generation. At the same time climate change goals will require the world to reduce net emission much of which is produced from electricity generation. Supporting the world's growth and generating the and while reducing emissions when large populations suffer from energy deficiency is a very difficult issue requires trillions is capital over the coming 2 decades.
A highway is closed due to snow and ice in Houston, Texas on Feb. 15, 2021. Up to 2.5 million ... [ ] customers were without power as the state's power generation capacity was impacted by an ongoing winter storm brought by Arctic blast. A new weather tech startup says it has created a new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered weather radar and satellite network to take on big weather. Climavision, which has $100 million in private equity funding, has created a high-resolution weather radar and satellite network that combines lower altitude, proprietary data with machine learning and AI technology. Chris Goode, CEO of Climavision, says the new sensing network will fill the coverage gaps in the existing NOAA and NWS systems across the US.