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The chipmaker has a bright future, but some experts worry it has fallen behind the competition in AI.
The analysts covering Nvidia (NVDA) are struggling to come up with superlatives to describe the chipmaker's blockbuster quarterly results. Can the AI momentum sustain?
As the second-most valuable company in the world, with its market cap of $2.3 trillion not far behind Apple, many investors have considered buying Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) stock at one time or another. The company is home to potent brands like Windows, Office, Xbox, and LinkedIn, which have granted it leading market shares in multiple high-profit industries. Microsoft has increased its position as a compelling investment after becoming one of the biggest names in artificial intelligence (AI), with the market projected to surge in the coming years.
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Microsoft has accused Britain’s competition authority of “irrationally” blocking its £55bn takeover of the Call of Duty video game maker Activision.
LONDON (Reuters) -Microsoft is challenging Britain's decision to block its $69 billion takeover of "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard on the grounds of "fundamental errors" in the assessment of Microsoft's cloud gaming services. Britain's anti-trust regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), vetoed the deal in April, saying it could hurt competition in the nascent cloud gaming market, sparking a furious row. Microsoft confirmed on Wednesday it had filed an appeal against the ruling to Britain's Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), and a summary of its arguments was published on Friday.
PTC Inc. (PTC) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
OpenAI has attracted about as much attention in recent times as its much-talked-about chatbot, ChatGPT. The artificial intelligence (AI) research lab has collected billions of dollars in funding -- including a total of $13 billion from Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT).
Make no mistake, Nvidia has captured the imagination of Wall Street.
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The recent advancements in generative AI and large language models (LLMs) -- which gave birth to next-generation chatbots -- have set off a firestorm of interest from consumers and investors alike. TD Cowen analyst John Blackledge has crunched the numbers and concluded that spending on generative AI software will top $81 billion by 2027, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 190%. For those looking to benefit from the AI gold rush without betting the farm, here are three companies with proven track records that provide investors with plenty of upside.
The evolution of artificial intelligence could make search engines, e-commerce platforms, and productivity sites obsolete.
Markets are optimistic amid progress in negotiations over raising the US debt ceiling.
(Reuters) -OpenAI, the startup behind the popular ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot, said Thursday it will award 10 equal grants from a fund of $1 million for experiments in democratic processes to determine how AI software should be governed to address bias and other factors. Users have found examples of racist or sexist outputs from AI software. Concerns are growing that AI working alongside search engines like Alphabet Inc’s Google and Microsoft Corp’s Bing may produce incorrect information in a convincing fashion.
Yahoo Finance Live's Akiko Fujita and Seana Smith discuss Nvidia stock soaring amid the company's earnings report, other chip stocks, and AI development.
Major powers like the United States and Russia have large stables of such groups - many of which have been given colourful nicknames by cybersecurity experts, like "Equation Group" or "Fancy Bear." Where experts worry is when such groups turn their attention from intelligence gathering to digital sabotage.
Tech firms are using AI to do more than just help you compose emails or conduct searches. Both Baidu and Microsoft filed patent applications for...
Chinese state-backed hackers have infiltrated US communication systems in the Pacific, prompting fears that Beijing could cut off American military channels during an invasion of Taiwan.
Between just 2019 and today, annual revenues have gone up nearly 10x
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Yahoo Finance contributor Remy Blaire reports from the New York Stock Exchange, looking at several of this morning's top trending stocks.
Microsoft (MSFT) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Through 10:05 a.m. ET, shares of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) are up a respectable 2.2%, while semiconductor manufacturing equipment maker ASML (NASDAQ: ASML) is gaining 4.6%, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM) is leading the pack higher with a 10.1% gain. The precise reasons why these stocks are rising may differ -- but artificial intelligence (AI) lies at the root of each rally. Let's begin with Microsoft.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Microsoft President Brad Smith said Thursday that his biggest concern around artificial intelligence was deep fakes, realistic looking but false content. In a speech in Washington aimed at addressing the issue of how best to regulate AI, which went from wonky to widespread with the arrival of OpenAI's ChatGPT, Smith called for steps to ensure that people know when a photo or video is real and when it is generated by AI, potentially for nefarious purposes. "We need to take steps to protect against the alteration of legitimate content with an intent to deceive or defraud people through the use of AI."