Twenty years ago today, two young PhD students at Stanford University began working on a small, seemingly inconsequential research project.
Nicknamed project “BackRub” at the time, this research initiative had just one purpose: to build and organize a kind of digital library for the World Wide Web.
While the students might not have known it at the time, this small project would soon evolve into one of the world’s most powerful organizations in the history of man: the $535 billion technology giant we all know today as Google Inc.
Since its humble beginnings just two short decades ago, Google has inarguably become one of the most boundary-pushing companies of all time, working at the cutting edge of robotics, driverless cars, mobile communications, and many other groundbreaking technologies.
But most impressive of all was how Google singlehandedly changed how people across the world, people like you and me, access information.
Just think for a moment how much has actually changed in the last 20 years because of Google Search...
Instead of driving to the library like you would have just a few short decades ago, today you can simply switch on your computer in the comfort of your own home.
Instead of combing for hours through indexes and glossaries to find the information you’re looking for, you can simply type in a phrase on your smartphone, and it’s there in an instant.
Thanks to Google, almost everything you need to know is now available at the touch of a button...
And this wealth of knowledge has brought about nothing short of a revolution for the common man.
Today, the average person has access to more information at their fingertips than the President of the United States had in 1995. To say that Google has been an empowering technology would be a massive understatement.
Of course, Google hasn’t just been a blessing to the common man; it’s also been a tremendous investment opportunity for Google’s earliest investors...
Those who had the foresight to take an early stake when Google first hit the public market in 2004... well, it would suffice to say they look like geniuses today.
These folks who got in on the ground floor have seen their shares rise as much as 1,600% over the last 20 years.
Of course, this should probably all go without saying...
You don’t need me or anyone else to tell you that people who invested in Google early on made an absolute killing.
Yet what you might not know is that the lion’s share of profits wasn’t reserved for Google’s early public investors.
In fact, the massive profits that retail investors obtained by investing in Google’s stock back in 2004 are nothing compared to what one small group of investors realized thanks to Google Search.
You see, it was actually those who were savvy enough to buy the companies that Google relied on to work who truly saw an opportunity for life-changing profits...
These wise investors knew that while Google would receive all the mainstream attention, there were a few small companies lurking behind the curtain making it all possible.
These are the companies you could call the "enablers."
For Google Search, this meant technology firms that created the keyboards, mice, computers, and microprocessors necessary for you and me to search the web.
Without these companies and their technologies, Google simply would never have become the success it is today.
Back then, there were four key companies enabling Google Search: Intel, Logitech, HP, and Dell.
And if you had invested just $2,500 in each of these companies the day Google was officially incorporated...
Then sold all your shares just 18 months later...
A modest $10,000 investment would’ve become a $1,238,461 fortune.
That’s a 12,284% gain.
It truly is a huge number — one that might even sound too good to be true — but in a moment I’m going to show you how a small investment actually would have led to this exact life-changing profit.
But before we get to that, here’s why I’m really reaching out to you today...
Right now, we’re seeing yet another groundbreaking technology emerge that will change the way you and I access information forever.
This technology may seem like something straight out of science fiction films, but it’s very real... and it could propel one small stock just like the enabler companies I mentioned a moment ago.
After months of research, I can tell you that this is a rare case of history repeating itself. Like many investors out there today, you may have missed out on the enablers' rise as Google grew into a giant...
But as this new technology makes its way to the masses, you now have a second chance to secure a new legacy of wealth.
And while I’m going to show you this breakthrough in a moment, I first want to make this clear: your initial reaction may be to write off what you’re about to see as "too big" or "too futuristic." You might think what I’m about to show you isn’t possible yet.
But as you’re about to find out, this technology is already being used by millions of early adopters today, and the world’s largest tech firms are aggressively racing to send this innovation mainstream.
Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon... they’re all working around the clock to make it a reality.
Nothing you’ll see in this presentation is speculative. It’s backed up with statistics, testimony from industry leaders, and undeniable technological trends.
In short, what I’ll show you today is the ultimate conclusion of my research. I’m pinning this as the breakthrough technology over the next half-decade.
We won’t see anything bigger. Not even close.
What Nobody Tells You About Google
Now, not too many people know this — and the few who do aren’t shouting it from the rooftops — but artificial intelligence has been part of our daily lives for almost a decade.
I’m not just talking about the likes of the Hal 9000, Sonny from iRobot, or the hosts from Westworld.
I’m talking about something as natural to you as brushing your teeth or driving your car...
I’m talking about the rise of Google Search.
Just think about the wealth of knowledge now available at the touch of your fingertips...
Instead of having to search through billions of web pages to find what you need, this robust yet primitive form of AI brings you a list of the most relevant websites.
Today, you can fact-check almost anytime, anywhere — with your friends at the bar, at work, wherever, whenever.
Google Maps is another great example of popular AI. It can plot your route to work, and if traffic becomes heavy, it will automatically put you on the fastest route.
Remember having to print out directions from MapQuest? Or stopping to ask for directions?
Thanks to the rise of AI, you no longer have to.
But AI extends beyond just Google Search and Google Maps...
More and more companies are picking it up and using it to make our lives better — without us even realizing it!
Streaming companies like Pandora and Netflix suggest songs and movies you might like, based on artificially intelligent algorithms.
Shazam can identify songs we’re listening to within a matter of seconds.
And Uber and Lyft let us hail the nearest driver just by clicking in the app.
I could go on for hours listing countless examples of AI. The point is, artificial intelligence is here — and it’s already an inseparable part of our daily lives.
Yet, as we know it today, it’s still very primitive.
As much as we’ve come to rely on programs like Google Search, I can tell you with complete confidence that this is only the beginning.
Mark my words: in less than five years, you and I will look back at Google Search as it is today and laugh... the same way we do at rotary phones or the horse and buggy.
The Next Artificial Intelligence Breakthrough
You’ve seen the growing excitement around it already.
It’s the same buzz that preceded the smartphone.
More articles. More research. And even more tech leaders supporting it...
Bill Gates calls it the "Holy Grail"...
Jeff Bezos calls it "gigantic" and says, "We’re on the edge of a golden era"...
Elon Musk has launched a $1 billion AI company...
And now virtually every tech titan is working on the breakthrough we will see over the next half-decade...
You see, what’s coming around the corner will let you access information far quicker and far more comprehensibly than you’re able to do today.
But even more spectacular is that it’s revolutionizing your daily life by making it easier than ever to do a whole host of daily activities.
From something as simple as checking the traffic on your route to work and getting the weather forecast... to something as vital as being able to tap into the sum of mankind’s knowledge without even touching a button.
This technology is going to be big — and just like the smartphone, the Internet, and the home computer, it’s going to spread like wildfire.
In just a few years from today, you will find it in every part of our daily lives.
I’m going to tell you exactly what this breakthrough is in just a second.
But right now, let me remind you that this breakthrough — and the fierce competition by our largest tech companies to take it mainstream — is pushing one firm into the spotlight as the next big enabler.
The same way companies like Dell, HP, and Logitech once made Google’s dreams possible, this company will allow the next stage of AI to become a reality.
More specifically, it produces a special kind of technology vital for AI to take the next step.
And for investors, that could mean yet another historic run, as demand for this company’s technology skyrockets.
In fact, using historic stock returns as a base line, this firm is setting up some of its early participants for as much as a million-dollar payday.
I’m going to give you the full story on it today, in this presentation.
But first, I need to ask...
"OK Google, What Are Personal Digital Assistants?"
What you hear happening in the video above is the beginning of a seismic shift.
It’s what’s reshaping Google, and perhaps the entire technology industry — even humanity — forever.
Picture this: You have a friend who knows everything and is willing to share with you all his knowledge.
Better yet, he will:
- Schedule your meetings...
- Play your music...
- Suggest entertainment based on your current location and previous preferences...
- Give you the world’s daily news...
- Email your coworkers, friends, and family...
Putting it bluntly, he’ll do anything and everything you want him to.
That’s what personal digital assistants, or "PDAs," are already starting to do. And it’s not hard to see how that will revolutionize our daily lives.
It will make the act of entering questions into Google Search look like a relic of the past. Instead, your daily interactions with technology will be far more conversational.
This isn’t a far-flung prediction, either...
Gartner projects that 30% of our everyday contact with technology will be exactly like this by 2018!
And ComScore estimates that 50% of all web searches will be through conversation by 2020.
That’s undeniably a sweeping trend. From today, where keyboards and touchscreen are the primary methods of working with technology, to half of all interactions being conversational.
Your Omnipresent Future
If you think that sounds far-fetched, I don’t blame you... but just think about how quickly technology can shape society.
It didn’t take long for computers to reach most households in America. In just over 10 years, from 1989 to 2000, the number of households with computers jumped from 15% to 51%.
Today, computers are everywhere — in our homes, libraries, schools, workplaces, and almost anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection.
The same can be said for smartphones. In just six years, from 2010 to 2016, the number of people with one leaped from 20% to 64%. Now, most Americans have theirs just an arm’s reach away every second of every day.
Technology that makes our lives better — that gives us superior access to information — has a knack for going mainstream fast.
And that’s exactly what will happen with personal digital assistants.
More and more people will start using them through conversation until they become omnipresent...
Very soon, your all-knowing friend will join you in the car, able to answer any question or read out your schedule for the day...
Students in classrooms and dorms across the country will drop their expensive textbooks and find the information they need just by asking...
Hospitals will start to tap into the PDAs for quicker and more accurate diagnoses...
IBM’s Watson, in fact, is doing that already.
I could go on and on...
Point blank, personal digital assistants and their ever-growing uses are going to be everywhere — and the numbers are already telling us exactly that.
Remember, this is the next great leap in AI...
Spending in this field will hit $47 billion by 2020, a staggering compound annual growth rate of 55.1%, according to International Data Corp.
And the company I’m going to tell you about is the engine driving PDAs into the mainstream.
Again, this isn’t speculation.
The logical conclusion of this data, the technological trends, and what the industry insiders are saying is clear...
The next great leap in AI is coming fast — and in the shape of personal digital assistants.
The World’s Largest Tech Titans are Scrambling to be the First to Take this Breakthrough Mainstream
Today, every major tech company we can think of is rushing to make the next generation of AI a reality, and they’ve already given the world a glimpse...
- Apple was the first to give us a taste of things to come when it released Siri in 2011. And in 2016, it published its first artificial intelligence research paper.
- Google’s Assistant — the brain of its new Google Home — can already engage in two-way conversation.
- Amazon is making headlines with Alexa and its flagship "Echo" device, which are already capable of performing 7,000 unique skills.
- Samsung recently announced a digital assistant for its upcoming Galaxy S8 after buying a firm run by the co-creator of Siri.
And these are just a few of the world’s major tech players aiming to make conversational and advanced AI mainstream...
- IBM’s Watson is diagnosing cancer more accurately than trained physicians.
- Microsoft’s Cortana is drafting emails and scheduling daily appointments.
- Facebook is developing conversational chat bots and AI for the home.
But it doesn’t end there.
- Intel has outlined its AI strategy all the way up to 2020.
- Cisco’s "Monica" AI can be found in conference rooms and team environments across the country.
- Tesla is even using AI in its cars' autopilot feature.
They’re all pursuing this new technology.
In fact, some of them are even teaming up to do it.
In a groundbreaking partnership, Amazon, Google, IBM, Microsoft, and Facebook formed a group called the "Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society."
And in 2017, Apple joined them...
These companies are putting down huge sums of cash to buy out companies working at the cutting edge, so they can get ahead.
Microsoft recently bought Genee, an AI-powered scheduling service.
Apple bought VocalIQ, Perceptio, Turi, and TupleJump.
IBM spent $1 billion on Merge Healthcare to aid its Watson Health AI.
Samsung bought Viv Labs.
And Intel bought Saffron AI.
But this is just a snapshot of the kind of money going into this race.
It’s not just businesses pursuing this second stage of artificial intelligence, either...
Harvard, Stanford, and MIT have all set up their own AI labs.
And there are even AI-specific startup incubators to help create more and more businesses in the field.
Now, when it comes to you and multiplying YOUR wealth, you could invest in any of these companies I’ve mentioned...
One of them will soon crack the second stage of AI and bring conversational personal digital assistants mainstream.
However, whichever one you opt for will be big already. You won’t see the incredible gains that this kind of breakthrough might be expected to deliver.
That’s because if history has told us anything, it’s that the mainstream companies, like those mentioned above, are red herrings.
When it comes to truly monster returns, it’s the enablers hiding behind the curtain that stand to benefit the most.
And this is why I’ve spent hours researching this technology, in search of smaller companies to find you the one that will deliver tremendous gains.
Remember, it was the firms that provided the hardware — the mice, keyboards, computers, and microprocessors — that profited big off the back of Google Search.
And this time, it’s not going to be much different.
Before we get to the next big enabler, though, I want you to understand just how profitable this kind of investing strategy can be...
How the Enablers of Google Delivered Windfall Gains to Investors
I want you to put yourself in the shoes of an investor back in the mid-'90s...
You see a young company called Google opening shop, and you know it’s going to be big. It finally incorporates on September 8, 1998.
Now, you decide, is the time to invest.
Only you’re smarter than the average investor... and you know that the biggest gains will come from the small hardware manufacturers that orbit the future goliath — the enablers that make Google Search a reality.
Besides, at this time you can’t even invest in Google anyway. It’s not even public yet.
As you search for companies that Google will rely on, you come across Dell. This is the investment you’re pinning as the big winner... the one that produces the most vital hardware of them all: the computer.
Standing at less than $0.12 per share, you think it’s worth a shot. You put a modest $2,500 into the small company.
A little over 18 months later — on March 23, 2000 — the stock has shot to $56.96 per share. That’s a 48,419% gain.
Good enough to turn your initial $2,500 into a $1,212,987 fortune.
But you also invested in three more companies... which were all winners, too.
Another huge return came from Logitech — the chief producer of the computer mouse.
On the same day you bought Dell, you put another $2,500 into your second investment. Fast-forward to March again, and you’ve booked 432% — your investment is now worth $13,303.
Then there’s another winner you’d take in a heartbeat...
At the time, HP had just started to ramp up its consumer computer operations. This led it to book a 179% gain over the same stretch!
And then, of course, there's Intel, the microprocessor manufacturer. Using the same timeline, your investment would’ve shot up 247%.
Overall, your $10,000 you split four ways has made you a millionaire.
You could have invested in any of these companies and grown your wealth to an extent that most investors never do.
All it took was the foresight to know just how big "Search" would become, and the research needed to find the hardware companies set to ride the opportunity.
Now, over the last couple of minutes, you’ve seen six examples of "enablers" locking in profits for investors... some as high as 48,000%
I could show you more, but frankly I don’t want to waste any more of your time.
I want to get straight to the opportunity you can benefit from TODAY.
Again, I’m talking about the rise of conversational AI...
The personal digital assistants that will penetrate our everyday lives, just like the computer and smartphone did before it.
Only this time it won’t be keyboards, monitors, and microchip companies enjoying the bulk of the profits.
This time, it will be a new kind of hardware: the virtual ears of tomorrow’s smartest machines.
To put it simply, tiny, embedded microphones.
One Small Company Owns the Hardware Needed to Take Personal Digital Assistants Mainstream
It should almost go without saying why microphones will be crucial to the emergence of conversational AI.
Effectively, these are the "ears" of any conversational computer.
But many of the microphones we use in today’s phones still struggle to distinguish distance, cut out background noise, and identify a command in a busy environment... everything a personal digital assistant needs to thrive.
But one company has broken through with a solution...
And just in time to ride this booming industry.
You see, right now, two of tech’s biggest players are battling it out to become the indisputable leaders in artificial intelligence.
Google, with its newly released Google Home devices...
And Amazon with its growing line of intelligent Echo speakers.
Each of these devices is bringing artificially intelligent assistants into homes across the world.
More importantly, though, both rely on a specific kind of technology to make sure they can hear you loud and clear.
This little-known but crucial technology is what’s known as a microphone array...
In short, a microphone array is a group of several tiny microphones inside a single device.
By combining the input of more than one microphone at a time, devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home can better understand what you’re saying, even in a crowded room or noisy space.
And as you might have guessed already, more microphones means more money for the companies selling them... just like the company I’m telling you about today.
How much more, exactly? Well, the Amazon Echo uses seven of this company’s microphones in its array!
That’s compared to just a single microphone for many of today’s smartphones.
Here’s a quick explanation of how it works:
Because sound travels at a constant speed, your voice will reach each microphone in the array at a different point in time.
This allows the device to know exactly where you are in a room. And by doing so, it can focus on your voice while ignoring everything else.
Microphone arrays rely on sophisticated algorithms to figure out who is saying what. But the truth is you don’t need to know exactly how they work...
All you really need to know is just how crucial this technology is for voice recognition, and why it’s sending the demand for this company’s microphones through the roof.
Just recently Grand View Research released a report showing the voice recognition market — a core part of this AI story — growing to $127.6 billion by 2024.
Another report from Allied Market Research shows the personal digital assistant market hitting $3.6 billion by 2020.
And a further report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners has pinned Amazon’s Echo sales at 5.1 million units.
However, what’s more exciting is where personal digital assistants are going...
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is on record saying exactly what we’ve predicted in this presentation...
"The next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away. Over time, the computer itself — whatever it’s form factor — will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day."
That’s the CEO of Google all but saying you’ll soon stop typing your questions into Google Search and instead just be able to ask your PDA what you want, no matter where you are.
This really is the end of Google and the concept of search as we know them today.
And what this really means is that microphones will be everywhere.
In thermostats, doorbells, security cameras...
In your car, your kitchen, your bedroom...
In the mall, coffee shop, and schools...
Everywhere and everything you can think of will have a microphone — this way you’ll be able to have a conversation with AI wherever you go.
As VentureBeat’s Barry Levine explains:
"Universal voice control will emerge as small mics show up everywhere."
And as Forrester media analyst James McQuivey explains:
"Voice control is the first step to extending the interface outside of the current model."
In other words, embedded microphones will soon become just as vital to interacting with technology as your touchscreen.
Amazon, Apple, and Samsung Have Already Turned to a $16 Illinois-Based Company
But here’s the real kicker...
For the tech giants, there’s only one real microphone producer to strike a deal with.
This firm makes the highest-quality products — so it’s no surprise it already controls 59% of the market share in this rapidly growing industry.
But it’s more than just a hardware provider...
It’s also spending big on software to allow its microphones to activate intelligently. What that means is instead of always being on and draining the battery, they’ll activate only when they’re needed.
That’s a game changer for companies like Apple — whose products are notorious for having poor battery life.
As it stands right now, this company has been forgotten by institutional investors.
The truth is, it doesn’t generate headlines like wearables or virtual reality.
But as personal digital assistants break into the mainstream, the number of microphones sold every year will almost double from 3.6 billion to 6 billion by as soon as 2019, according to a research report by IHS Technology.
No doubt, that’s going to shine the spotlight on this company and, as I believe, launch it into triple-, maybe even quadruple-digit gains over the long run.
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