Artificial Intelligence

What we in India can learn from Berkshire Hathways newsletter 2016-17

So the annual newsletter of Berkshire Hathway is out and has all the wisdom needed for a value investor

 (http://berkshirehathaway.com/letters/2016ltr.pdf)

 

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Since Indian markets are at their higher end of valuations and all the stock recommendations from Shikhar capita are doing pretty well, it’s become very difficult to recommend new stocks, However

we decided to decode warren Buffett’s annual newsletter and how we read it … (more…)

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AI is coming faster than you think …. #joblessfuture

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by Martin Ford”

““the holy grail of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is the disruption of entire industries – because that’s where the big money is to be made”.

In the great tradition of revolutions swallowing their own, one high-skill group of workers to have suffered already is the members of IT departments.

(No wonder that the sitcom The IT Crowd is starting to seem as historical as Dad’s Army.) But they’re not alone. Since 2000, the number of financial workers on Wall Street has fallen by 50,000 – around a third – as high-frequency trading programmes complete 100,000 transactions in a 10th of second, while simultaneously seeking to mislead their electronic competitors. Now, according to Ford, “nearly any white-collar job that involves sitting in front of a computer manipulating information” is under threat.”

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