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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad umbrella catchall for a slew of technological advances, including but not limited to machine learning and automation. Builtin estimates that AI could add as much as $15.7 trillion to the global GDP by the year 2030. Several publicly traded companies innovating in AI are noted by Builtin as primary innovators in subset industries: 

 

Veritone uses an AI operating system which suggest action based on its learning process. This system is being used to rifle through millions of hours of audio and video for big league companies like Uber and ESPN. Scanning audio recordings can then be analyzed for quality control purposes, identifying issues with customer complaints, and work toward resolutions from there. 

NVIDIA manufactures graphics-processor tech and has installed its deep learning GPUs into the first wave of Tesla’s autonomous vehicles. The deep learning capabilities of these GPUs only grows with time and innovation; currently, Teslas are equipped with vision, sonar, and radar processing to enable advanced functions like self-driving. 

Splunk is currently used by Hyatt hotels to centralize its data. Splunk makes use of machine learning to be applied to security, IT, and business practices. Splunk’s data platform can categorize data, detect anomalies, and make predictions. 

Synopsys has used its processor for developing AI tools and solutions for a variety of industries. They’ve partnered with Graphcore to roll out a chip which accelerat