AI Bubble Or Revolution? Goldman Sachs Research Takes A Look

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The World currently seems to have entered the artificial intelligence (AI) era which future generations may one day refer to as before AI and after AI. What Do The Experts Say? Goldman Sachs (GS) Research estimated AI investment is likely to peak at $200 billion globally by 2025 and $100 billion in the U.S. GS Research economists Joseph Briggs and Devesh Kodnani believed the majority of AI investments will originate from hardware investment to train AI models and run AI queries, as well as increased spending on AI-enabled software. If these projections come true, AI-related investment could su…

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