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Welcome to the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The first industrial revolution was ushered in by the steam engine. The second was the age of science and mass production, and the third was the rise of digital technology.

The fourth industrial revolution is powered by cloud computing, social media, mobile technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), and—maybe the most important factor—artificial intelligence (AI).

Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum and author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution, describes an industrial revolution as the appearance of “new technologies and novel ways of perceiving the world [that] trigger a profound change in economic systems and social structures.”

We are on the brink of a paradigm shift that will transform civilization as we know it.

As AI technology advances, every industry in the world is forced to invest in it to keep up with the competition. Big corporations like Nike and McDonald’s have been pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into AI in order to increase production and improve customer experience.

According to International Data Corporation, global AI spending will more than double between 2020 and 2024—from $50.1 billion to over $110 billion.

Photo by Remy Steinegger (WEF) / CC BY 2.0

“The fourth industrial revolution, however, is not only about smart and connected machines and systems. Its scope is much wider. Occurring simultaneously are waves of further breakthroughs in areas ranging from gene sequencing to nanotechnology, from renewables to quantum computing.

“It is the fusion of these technologies and their interaction across the physical, digital and biological domains that make the fourth industrial revolution fundamentally different from previous revolutions.”

Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman, World Economic Forum; author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution

The fourth industrial revolution is well underway, and AI is leading the movement. Sitting on the sidelines today means missing out on the massive returns from this budding megatrend tomorrow.

To give you the ammunition you need to invest safely and confidently, we assembled an all-star cast of experts...

A Wealth of Information—All Included

We pulled out all the stops to deliver the best AI Masterclass money can buy.

The first module starts with a comprehensive introduction into AI. Every module after that, consists of a Masterclass Manual plus a video interview with one or more renowned experts in AI research or investing.

Photo by Stansfield PL / CC BY-SA 3.0

“Artificial intelligence would be the ultimate version of Google. The ultimate search engine that would understand everything on the web. It would understand exactly what you wanted, and it would give you the right thing.”

Larry Page, co-founder of Google

IMPORTANT: For modules 2–5, each Masterclass Manual includes a detailed writeup on two AI stock picks with great profit potential. That’s a total of eight stock recommendations.

These are the top stocks selected by the Mauldin Economics analysts... so you can immediately start your personal AI portfolio.

PLUS you’ll get the recording of a timely Q&A session with transformative technology investor Catherine Wood—exclusively for AI Masterclass attendees.


Intro to Artificial Intelligence

An overview of the amazing world of AI... and the many ways to get exposure to this booming sector.

Artificial Intelligence: The Invisible Revolution That Will Disrupt Everything

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Artificial Intelligence: The Invisible Revolution That Will Disrupt Everything

AI technology is currently making exponential progress. There is literally no industry that has not been impacted by AI.

Thanks to advanced computer vision, machine learning, and algorithms, AI programs can now create original art and music... detect early-stage diseases in medical imaging... and screen and interview job applicants.

Improvements in natural language recognition will soon enable computers to have real-time conversations that are indistinguishable from talking with a real human.

The AI chatbot market alone is predicted to grow 29% per year through 2024.

And there is so much more...

This Masterclass Manual provides a deep dive into the exciting world of artificial intelligence and the amazing variety of AI branches, sub-sectors, and applications. You’ll be surprised what’s coming down the pike... and what’s already here.

Mini-Documentary: AI: The Invisible Revolution

This 20-minute mini-documentary illustrates the enormous profit potential of artificial intelligence. It will become part of your AI Masterclass to re-watch and show to your friends, family, and coworkers.


Machine Learning

Machine learning is a branch of AI that gives computers the ability to learn and improve automatically through experience—without being explicitly programmed.

Machine Learning: Don't Send a Human to Do a Machine's Job

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Machine Learning: Don’t Send a Human to Do a Machine’s Job

An estimated 80% of all global data today is unstructured. There aren’t enough human data processors on the planet to deal with this amount of information.

Thanks to AI, machines can take over that job. They are now able to quickly identify patterns, connections, and relationships within data, all with increasing accuracy.

There is no place more important to put AI to good use than the healthcare sector... and the entire medical industry is ripe for disruption.

Machines can generate and read a patient’s medical records and accurately diagnose health problems. What’s more, AI can even predict what types of health issues a person may develop in the future. Plus, it can take care of tedious administrative tasks, which allows doctors to spend more time with their patients.

The sky is truly the limit for AI in healthcare, the food industry, retail, and transportation. And the two companies our analysts vetted excel in the machine learning field...

Data to Everything

Company A is a full-service provider that describes its service as a “Data to Everything Platform.”

It helps customers like Domino’s Pizza, Bank of America, and other Fortune 100 firms analyze their data via a machine learning toolkit that detects patterns and formulates solutions.

Over 17,000 companies are using this high-performance platform, and its customer retention consistently averages around 90%.

Moonshot Revenues

Company B’s products sit on the analytics end of the data processing stack and are expected to generate $471 million in revenue this year. That’s up from $38 million in 2014—only six years ago.

The company has more than 6,700 customers in over 90 countries and across 12 industries. About 740 of them are on the Forbes “Global 2,000” list of the world’s largest public corporations.

Revenue is projected to climb to $816 million by 2022... a near-doubling from 2019.

You’ll learn all the details about both companies in your AI Masterclass.

PLUS: Expert Interview on Machine Learning

Watch Mauldin Economics Publisher Ed D’Agostino and his guest Melanie Mitchell discuss promises and limitations of AI, the three types of machine learning, and what has to happen before we see truly autonomous cars.

The interview plus a full transcript are available on your attendees-only webpage.


Computer Vision

Computer vision is artificial intelligence that can recognize objects, discover patterns, and make decisions with the data it uncovers. Think of it as technology's ability to learn and perform tasks that only humans used to be able to do.

Computer Vision: Machines That Can 'See' Are Rewriting All the Rules

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Computer Vision: Machines That Can “See” Are Rewriting All the Rules

You’ve seen computer vision in action if you’ve uploaded a photo to Facebook and it automatically identified the people in it, or if you’ve taken a photo of a product and your smartphone proceeded to show you all the stores where you could buy it.

Computer vision works through visual recognition techniques like image classification, object detection, image segmentation, object tracking, optical character recognition, and image captioning. Here’s an example:

The global computer vision market is expected to grow over 30% per year and hit $48 billion by 2023.

And the companies at the frontlines are poised to make their shareholders very happy...

Finding the Chinks in the Armor

Company C is a pure play on and a global leader in the industrial-automation sector.

Its innovative systems help manufacturers spot and eliminate waste and defective products. This is a bigger deal than you may think. According to insurer Allianz, “The automotive and industrial supplier industries account for 70% of all losses due to defects.”

The size of the surface vision and inspection market is growing by about 10% per year, with an expected $20 billion value by 2025.

The company also produced the first robotic forklift this year. The forklifts can handle large and heavy loads, and up to 100 of them can be controlled via the proprietary Fleet Manager software platform.

We expect the demand to be huge... and Company C is one of the best in its field.

Owning a Fifth of the Market

Company D is one of the world’s leading companies in the fields of vision systems, software, sensors, and industrial barcode readers.

Founded in 1981 by an MIT faculty member who still heads up the company today, it has a 20% market share, worth $4.2 billion, in the six segments it serves.

The company offers a wide range of machine vision systems from simple bar code scanners to full 3D vision using multiple cameras. In April 2020, it unveiled the latest generation of its family of industrial image analysis systems.

The two largest segments of its client base are the automotive and consumer electronics industries. Despite its leading position in the market, the company still has plenty of room to expand... and very promising long-term growth potential.

Our analysts rate it a solid Buy at current prices.

PLUS: Expert Interview on Computer Vision

Watch Ed D’Agostino and his guest George Gilder talk about “Google’s Marxism,” why we don’t have to worry about AI taking over the world, and what the advent of a new carbon era means for the future of AI.

The interview plus a full transcript are available on your attendees-only webpage.


Edge Computing

Edge computing—as opposed to cloud computing—brings computation and data storage closer to the location where it is needed, to improve response times and save bandwidth.

Edge Computing: Hey, AI, Get Off of My Cloud

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Edge Computing: Hey, AI, Get Off of My Cloud

As AI continues to push the boundaries of the possible, what’s needed is lightning-quick crunching of data and an immediate response.

That’s not possible if the computer has to send data to the cloud for processing and then wait for the results. Even a “latency” of a few seconds could make a critical difference.

The solution is to build networks that allows AI-driven processing and decision making without interaction with the cloud. For that, we need faster processing chips that are tailored to unique applications.

This AI chipset market is growing so fast, it’s estimated that it will leap from $11 billion a year in 2019 to $71 billion by 2025.

A market of that size has attracted the attention of a number of key players in the tech space.

In this Masterclass Module, you’ll learn all about edge computing and the companies that are best positioned to profit from it.

Content Delivery at Warp Speed

Content delivery networks (CDN) are vital for everything from video streaming to gaming and e-commerce. Content owners like Netflix, Facebook, and Amazon pay CDNs to deliver their content to users. But CDNs store their data on the cloud—and that can slow things down and impact customer experience.

Company E, which IPO’ed in 2007, is beating out the competition by moving into the edge computing space, which solves the speed problem associated with cloud computing.

The company could be easily overlooked because it has yet to turn a profit. However, sales have grown by 6% every year since 2016. And considering that it benefits from the same trends as its peers but trades at a fraction of their prices, this company’s stock has over 100% upside in the next 12 months.

AI Brain in a Box

Company F designs graphics processing units (GPUs). Old-time central processing units (CPUs) are easily overloaded when you run a complex app on your computer. GPUs, on the other hand, can perform a huge number of calculations at the same time, which makes them super-fast and perfectly suited for AI.

This company can service massive data centers with its innovative GPUs—and the industry has taken notice. Within just four years, revenue rose tenfold. The company’s products are essential building blocks for the AI revolution and used by nearly all the big key players in the field. The Mauldin Economics analysts expect demand for its products to grow exponentially.

The stock has risen 1,800% in the last five years, but it is still far from overpriced. Simply a must-have for your AI portfolio.

PLUS: Expert Interview on Edge Computing

Ed D’Agostino and his guest Stephen McBride converse about edge computing vs. cloud computing, as well as Stephen’s #1 stock that beats all its competitors in the chip industry.

The interview plus a full transcript are available on your attendees-only webpage.


Pharma Applications

Biopharma: Predictive Ability of AI Will Make Drug Development Faster and Cheaper

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Biopharma: Predictive Ability of AI Will Make Drug Development Faster and Cheaper

For every pharmaceutical drug that makes it from the lab to your medicine cabinet, there are hundreds or even thousands that never see the light of day.

In the United States, only about 1 in 10 drug candidates that enter Phase 1 trials end up being approved by the FDA.

Considering that developing and testing a drug takes years and can cost billions of dollars, that’s a lot of wasted time, effort, and money.

AI is a lifesaver for the biopharma industry. It can automate and streamline drug discovery and development to help companies develop drugs faster, cheaper, and with less risk.

Thanks to machine learning and computer vision, AI can now view, find, and interpret valuable information within charts, graphs, tables, photos, and other images. The data from thousands of sources like research papers, successful and failed clinical trials, patents, and patient medical files help the AI assess the outlook for a to-be-developed drug with great accuracy.

Analysts project that by 2024, 40% of global AI healthcare dollars will be spent on drug development.

Biopharma will be the #1 application for AI in the next two to three years... and these companies are likely to be big winners in the field.

Drug Discovery with AI

Company G is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company that leverages its AI-powered R&D engine to optimize the drug discovery process and find new applications for existing drugs.

The AI platform scans millions of data points from multiple sources—like symptoms, genes, proteins, and pathways specific to disease—to create metadata. Further analysis can then uncover previously unknown connections between pharmaceutical compounds and disease targets.

The company’s proprietary AI platform may become an industry standard.

It already has a deep pipeline of drugs. In 2020, the company reported positive results from Phase 3 clinical trials, and we should see the first FDA product approval in 2021.

The Healthcare Data Behemoth

Company H has an unrivaled collection of healthcare data that grows larger every second.

That data itself is an enormous asset—but the company’s real value is in turning data into actionable insights through a suite of groundbreaking technologies that are a “must-have” for any drug developer.

No surprise that the company has more than 8,000 clients in over 100 countries, and its retention rate for its top 1,000 customers is 99%.

In your Masterclass Manual, you’ll find out all the details about these applications and the two blockbuster companies mentioned above.

PLUS: Expert Interview on Biopharma

Watch Ed D’Agostino and his guests Chris Wood and Panna Sharma discuss the amazing possibilities that AI opens up for the biopharma sector, as well as the best strategies for investors.

The interview plus a full transcript are available on your attendees-only webpage.

Meet Our Experts

Catherine Wood

Catherine Wood

Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer, ARK Investment Management LLC

Focused solely on disruptive innovation, ARK aims to identify large-scale investment opportunities centered around genome sequencing, robotics, artificial intelligence, energy storage, and blockchain technology.

Prior to ARK, Catherine spent 12 years at Alliance Bernstein as chief investment officer of Global Thematic Strategies where she managed over $5 billion. Catherine joined Alliance Capital from Tupelo Capital Management, a hedge fund she co-founded which, in 2000, managed $800 million in global thematic strategies.

In 2018, Catherine was part of the “Bloomberg 50” list of people across business, entertainment, finance, politics, technology, and science who have defined global business. In 2016, Catherine received the Women in Finance—Outstanding Contribution Award from Markets Media, and she was a featured speaker at the World Economic Forum (China) in 2016 and 2017, and the World Strategic Forum (Miami) in 2017.

George Gilder

George Gilder

Senior Fellow and Co-Founder, Discovery Institute

George Gilder is a co-founder of Discovery Institute and a Senior Fellow of the Center on Wealth, Poverty, and Morality. He also directs Discovery's Technology and Democracy Project.

George pioneered the formulation of supply-side economics when he served as chairman of the Lehrman Institute's Economic Roundtable, as program director for the Manhattan Institute, and as a frequent contributor to Arthur Laffer's economic reports and the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal.

In the 1980s, he also consulted leaders of America's high technology businesses and famously predicted the advent of the smartphone. According to a study of presidential speeches, George was President Reagan's most frequently quoted living author. In 1986, Reagan gave him the White House Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence.

His latest book, Gaming AI—Why AI Can’t Think But Can Transform Jobs, attacks the belief in a super AI where computers become smarter than humans. The book asserts that the faith in a techno-utopian singularity is not just “dumb and self-defeating,” but also a serious threat to real progress.

Melanie Mitchell

Melanie Mitchell

Davis Professor, Santa Fe Institute

Melanie is the Davis Professor of Complexity at the Santa Fe Institute, and Professor of Computer Science (currently on leave) at Portland State University. Her current research focuses on conceptual abstraction, analogy-making, and visual recognition in artificial intelligence systems. 

Melanie is the author or editor of six books and numerous scholarly papers in the fields of artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and complex systems. Her book Complexity: A Guided Tour (Oxford University Press) won the 2010 Phi Beta Kappa Science Book Award and was named by Amazon as one of the 10 best science books of 2009. Her latest book is Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux). 

Melanie originated the Santa Fe Institute's Complexity Explorer platform, which offers online courses and other educational resources related to the field of complex systems. Her online course “Introduction to Complexity” has been taken by over 25,000 students and is one of Course Central’s “top 50 online courses of all time.”

Panna Sharma

Panna Sharma

CEO and President, Lantern Pharma

Panna has been serving as Lantern Pharma’s CEO, president, and director since 2018. He oversees the company’s use of AI and genomics in developing its product pipeline of precision therapeutics in oncology.

From May 2010 to February 2018, Panna served as president, CEO, and director of Cancer Genetics, a Nasdaq company and provider of DNA-based cancer diagnostics and services to medical institutions throughout the world. In 2001, he founded TSG Partners, a specialty advisory group combining corporate strategy and corporate finance to create shareholder value for companies and investors in the life sciences, biotechnology and environmental sciences sectors.

Panna holds a Bachelor of Science in the Philosophy of Science, Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence from BostonUniversity.

Stephen McBride

Stephen McBride

Chief Analyst, RiskHedge

Born in Dublin, Ireland, Stephen is a former fund manager and the chief analyst at RiskHedge. He has lived on four continents and currently divides his time between the United States and Ireland.

Stephen is a top analyst in the AI secort. For his premium investment advisory, Disruption Investor, Stephen investigates and vets companies with cutting-edge technologies and business models.

Chris Wood

Chris Wood

Chief Investment Officer, Healthcare and Biotech, Mauldin Economics

Chris Wood is a professional investor, author, and tech commentator. A 20-year market veteran with 13 years of professional experience, he’s one of America’s most respected tech analysts and has the track record to prove it.

As editor of Mauldin Economics’ premium services, Healthy Returns and Biotech Millionaire (together with Jake Weber), Chris is well acquainted with AI’s transformational effects on healthcare and biotech.

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Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore AI

We believe the AI boom will the biggest trend of the 21st century. Here are three reasons why you should pay attention...

1. AI is absolutely everywhere.

Most of us don’t realize how much AI has already seeped into our everyday lives. McDonald’s uses it to personalize your menu, Nike uses it to fit your shoes when you buy online, and your new iPhone 12 camera uses it to enable crisp low-light photos.

AI powers online customer service, email spam filters, the autopilot in commercial planes, mobile check deposits, and ride-sharing apps like Uber.

And there are more and more applications added.

Photo by Asa Mathat / CC BY 2.0

“Some people call this artificial intelligence, but the reality is this technology will enhance us. So instead of artificial intelligence, I think we'll augment our intelligence.”

Ginni Rometty, executive chairman, IBM

2. The Internet of Things (IoT) will make AI a household item.

The IoT era was the logical next step in the evolution of machine-to-machine communications and “smart” solutions tech. Just about any physical device can be connected to the internet by adding a sensor and a processor to it—including light bulbs, thermostats, and home security systems.

Amazon has sold over 100 million Alexa-enabled devices—and every one of them is part of the IoT.

In 2016, smart speaker assistants like Alexa and Siri had mastered about 1,000 skills. Today, over 90,000 skills have been added to Alexa.

AI experts estimate that the number of internet-connected devices will double or triple by 2030.

3. AI will give a huge boost to the biopharma and medical sectors.

AI machine learning and computer vision are responsible for recent breakthroughs in modern medicine.

Thanks to its ability to scan gigantic amounts of data and find out what a drug’s chances of making it to market are, AI can speed up drug discovery and development. By taking years and billions of dollars off the process, pharmaceutical drugs will become available faster, at a much lower price.

Disease diagnosis can also benefit tremendously from AI.

A Google-developed AI algorithm that screens CT scans for lung cancer was found to be more accurate than radiologists at identifying tumors. It also reduced rates of false positives and false negatives in CT screening.

The AI revolution is like a runaway train: It waits for nobody. The next few years will see lightning-speed evolution in AI applications... and astonishing profits for early investors.

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What the Experts Say About AI

“The pace of progress in artificial intelligence... is incredibly fast. Unless you have direct exposure to groups like DeepMind, you have no idea how fast—it is growing at a pace close to exponential.”
—Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla; founder and CEO of SpaceX; co-founder of OpenAI

“You have to talk about 'The Terminator' if you're talking about artificial intelligence. I actually think that that's way off. I don't think that an artificially intelligent system that has superhuman intelligence will be violent. I do think that it will disrupt our culture.”
—Gray Scott, futurist and techno-philosopher

“It is difficult to think of a major industry that AI will not transform. This includes healthcare, education, transportation, retail, communications, and agriculture. There are surprisingly clear paths for AI to make a big difference in all of these industries.”
—Andrew Ng, founder and CEO, Landing AI

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A short recap what you get with your AI Masterclass:

  • Masterclass Manual 1 (Introduction to AI)

  • Mini-documentary: AI: The Invisible Revolution

  • Masterclass Manual 2 (Machine Learning)

  • Video interview plus transcript

  • Masterclass Manual 3 (Computer Vision)

  • Video interview plus transcript

  • Masterclass Manual 4 (Edge Computing)

  • Video interview plus transcript

  • Masterclass Manual 5 (Biopharma)

  • Video interview plus transcript

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