What Are Real-World Applications for Artificial Intelligence?

Everywhere I look, I see artificial intelligence (AI) at work.

It’s in the advertisements that pop up on the side of a website I’m looking at, encouraging me to buy whatever I’ve most recently looked at on Amazon.

It’s in my new music selections that were hand-picked for me based on the music I listen to.

AI has even helped me plan vacations, recommending activities I might enjoy based on my lifestyle.

Now, I know that some of you might find artificial intelligence scary. But in reality, most of its applications are simple, harmless and make life easier.

Artificial Intelligence Has Real-World Applications

These days, it’s AI that’s giving businesses their competitive edge. Because it’s what consumers want. They want life to be easier, and don’t even think of the latest technology as “AI.”

In today’s video, I explain how the data that AI generates gives companies actionable insights for real-world applications … and why AI stocks are set to rocket higher over the next several years.

(If you’d prefer to read a transcript, click here.)

AI Stocks Are on a Tear!

In today’s video, you’ll also hear me talk about the three different artificial intelligence stock recommendations I gave away at last year’s Total Wealth Symposium. In the 11 months since last year’s conference, those stocks have gone up 29%, 86% and 145%, respectively.

To give a comparison, the S&P 500 Index only went up 16% in that same timeframe. So, even the lowest-performing AI stock has vastly beaten one of the market’s leading indexes.

Not only are they flying high right now, but AI stocks will continue to far outperform the market over the next several years.

However, there’s one more major technology that’s setting up to join forces with artificial intelligence, and I’ve decided to make that the focus of my Total Wealth Symposium presentation this year. I’ll have more details on that topic in next week’s video, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox.

And for those of you who weren’t able to sign up for this year’s sold-out conference in Las Vegas, my manager told me there’s still a way for you to get in on all the action — right from the comfort of your own home. I’ll make sure to include those details for you in next week’s update as well.


Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited

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