Disruptive Technologies That Can Create New Investment Opportunities           

Disruptive Technologies That Can Create New Investment Opportunities                                         

Disruptive technologies are well-known for their ability to change the way in which a market operates. One of the prime examples of disruptive technology is the e-commerce that has completely revolutionized the process of selling and buying of goods. In the present time, many companies are working on numerous technologies that are capable of alerting businesses the way e-commerce has done. In addition, they also act as possibleopportunities for investors.In fact, there are a couple of disruptive technologies that are trending more nowadays due to the immense change that they can induce in the markets.

Numerous investors and business people are closely observing the development of disruptive technologies and their future implications. Among such people is Matthew Ledvina, who is currently holding the position of a managing director in a London-based fintech company, and is a partner in a venture capital fund focusing on investments in disruptive technologies that can bring changesto the financial sector.

 

BLAIQ-NET

BLAIQ-NET is in the convergence of four technologies, namely, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Quantum Computing and Solar Supremacy. Many experts believe that BLAIQ-NET holds the potential to completely alter the internet prevailing today. However, the complexity involved in the development of quantum computing is one of the factors that act as a major hurdle for the BLAIQ-NET to become a reality. A wide number of tech professionals agree that it will take many years to develop universal quantum computing to a level so that it can be utilized forpractical applications.

Pertaining to quantum computing, it is witnessing acceleration in its progress as Rigetti Computing has recently made it clear that it is working on a 128-qubit chip, which may become available in August 2019. The development of the chip will be a milestone and it will surpass the currently prevailing 72-qubit Bristlecone chip developed by Google. Additionally, the quantum IC manufacturer – Rigetti Computing also claims that it has found a way to reduce the interference among the qubits presentwithin the chip.

AI can Soon Commercialize Machine Learning

Looking at the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI), new and better self-learning algorithms are being developed at a rapid pace.The development of AlphaZero algorithm by DeepMind has shown how it can train itself withoutthe need forlarge datasets.

Recently, Microsoft and Alibaba have successfully developed an AI algorithm that can read the paragraph and score higher than the average human score in the reading comprehension test of Stanford University. The algorithm is considered to be a bigger achievement by experts as it can understand and connect the concepts to answer the questions within the test.

Other self-learning algorithms have also been developed that can;perform strategic thinking to beat human players in multiplayer games, simulate neural connections as that of a human brain, and analyze complex scientific images. Considering the progress of self-learning algorithms, it is clear that training and processing power requirements will reduce further in the future enablingthe commercialization of machine learning.

Web 3.0

AI is coming together with some really advanced technologies namely blockchain, IoT (Internet of things) and virtual reality to realize what is known as Spatial Web or Web 3.0.Introduced by the US-based nonprofit organization Verses, the Spatial Web can possibly create a new global economy by enabling trading and transportation of digital assets. Verses claim that by using Web 3.0 in the near future, businesses can create virtual interconnected game worlds through which they can execute various business operations.

Digital Data Synthesizing in the DNA

Currently, the industry concerning data storage is in a race to develop more advanced data storage devices. However, it seems that some companies have different ideas than storing data on semiconductors.Instead, they are seeking on harnessing the extremely large data storing capacity of DNA.

In fact, the US Government has been actively participating in the development of the technology that can completely revolutionize the way of storing and accessing the data. As 1 gram of DNA can store data up to 1 billion terabytes, it is quite clear that the technology is worth exploring.

Disruptive technologies are capable to bring major changes in the working of many industries and markets. Furthermore, if investments are made in such technologies, thenthe chances are quite high for investors to increase their fortune exponentially.

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