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This week, the pope is due to make an historic intervention in the debate around AI at the G7 summit in southern Italy’s Puglia region. AI, the pope believes, can make the world a better place only if it serves the “common good” and does not increase inequalities. European Union lawmakers have already passed a law regulating AI, while a bipartisan group of US senators have set out plans for AI regulation that could lead to federal legislation. “AI and emerging technologies are on Pope Francis’ radar screen,” Larrey, now a professor of philsophy at Boston College, told CNN. It’s clear that Francis sees AI as part of what he called the “epochal change” taking place at the beginning of the 21st century.
Persons: Pope Francis, Francis, Joe Biden, , , Paolo Benanti, Benanti, ” Benanti, Vincenzo Paglia, Giorgia, Francis ’, Father Antonio Spadaro, Philip Larrey, Larrey, Pope Francis ’ Organizations: CNN, Catholic, Pontifical Academy for Life, Microsoft, IBM, Cisco Systems, United Nations, Food, Agriculture Organization, Union, Philosophy Department, Pontifical Lateran University, Boston College Locations: Italy’s Puglia, ” Italy, Puglia “, Puglia, Rome, Nevada
Pa Images | Getty ImagesLONDON — British technology executives and entrepreneurs want the next government to focus on promoting skills around the development and use of artificial intelligence and growth-oriented fiscal measures. Upskilling in an AI ageOne thing U.K. tech executives are pushing for is fostering innovation in artificial intelligence and cultivating citizens' grasp on AI-centric skills — across multiple generations. Last month, dozens of business executives, entrepreneurs, and investors signed an open letter stating their support for Labour in the upcoming election. Leon Neal | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesSignatories included several influential names in the world of U.K. tech: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Founders Forum co-founder Jonathan Goodwin, and Atom Bank CEO Mark Mullen. Tech bosses CNBC spoke with found themselves unable to point to specific policies and plans from either of the main political parties.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer, Keir Starmer, Zahra, Salesforce, Einstein, Astro, Matthew Houlihan, Rachel Reeves, Angela Rayner, Leon Neal, Jimmy Wales, Jonathan Goodwin, Mark Mullen, Sunak, Liz Truss, Jeremy Hunt, Danny Lawson, Rishi Khosla, Khosla Organizations: Conservatives, Labour Party, LONDON, it's, Labour, CNBC, Innovation, Cisco, coy, Centre, Getty, Founders Forum, Atom Bank, BAE Systems, Tech Locations: Downing, Salesforce's, Europe, Purfleet, United Kingdom, Ukraine, British, Barrow, Furness, England
Mistral, a French artificial intelligence start-up, said on Tuesday that it had raised 600 million euros, or about $640 million, from investors, a sign of robust interest in a company seen as Europe’s most promising rival to OpenAI and other Silicon Valley A.I. Mistral is now valued at €5.8 billion, according to a person familiar with the investment, an eye-popping sum for a company founded just one year ago by alumni from Meta and Google. Since OpenAI released ChatGPT in November 2022, investors have poured money into generative A.I. Two weeks ago, Elon Musk raised $6 billion for his start-up, xAI. OpenAI has raised roughly $13 billion from Microsoft, while another California start-up, Anthropic, has raised more than $7.3 billion.
Persons: Andreessen Horowitz, Elon Musk, OpenAI Organizations: Meta, Google, Catalyst, Lightspeed Ventures, Nvidia, Samsung, Salesforce, Cisco, IBM, BNP, Microsoft Locations: California
Former President Donald Trump will attend a private meeting with one of the most powerful business lobbying groups in Washington as he tries to craft an alliance with major corporate leaders. Joshua Bolten, the CEO of the Business Roundtable, confirmed in an email to members on Wednesday that Trump will be at the group's plenary meeting in Washington on June 13. The business group instead asked White House chief of staff Jeff Zients to come, according to Bolten's email. The Business Roundtable did not return requests for comment. Other members include JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Carlyle Group CEO Harvey Schwartz, AT&T CEO John Stankey and Chevron CEO Mike Wirth.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joshua Bolten, Joe Biden, White, Jeff Zients, Zients, Biden, Bolten, Trump, Steve Schwarzman, Jamie Dimon, Harvey Schwartz, John Stankey, Mike Wirth, Chuck Robbins, Susie Wiles, Trump's, Paul Singer Organizations: Republican, Trump, Business, Blackstone, JPMorgan Chase, Carlyle Group, Chevron, Cisco Locations: New York City, Washington, New York, Charlottesville , Virginia, Florida
In this article CSCO Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTSurasak Suwanmake | Moment | Getty ImagesCisco's ThousandEyes internet monitoring unit on Tuesday unveiled new artificial intelligence-powered capabilities it said will allow for much faster prediction and diagnosis of internet outages and disruptions. This is opposed to what is currently the case with ThousandEyes' software, where customers mostly only monitor their IT infrastructure for network issues. 'Google Maps of the internet'Cisco ThousandEyes terms itself the "Google Maps" of the internet. But now, ThousandEyes is making big, AI-focused changes to its platform aimed at giving its client base even more visibility over network quality and resilience. Cisco ThousandEyes says its platform is powered by over 650 billion daily measurements collected from around the globe.
Persons: ThousandEyes, it's, Joe Vaccaro, DXA, Vaccaro, Cisco ThousandEyes Organizations: Assurance, Google, Cisco, CNBC
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEvery first call is going to be taken by an AI agent, says Cisco CEO Chuck RobbinsCisco CEO Chuck Robbins joins 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer to talk AI integration, its Nvidia partnership, and more.
Persons: Chuck Robbins Cisco, Chuck Robbins, Jim Cramer Organizations: Cisco, Nvidia
Over the past two centuries, Nantucket has gone from a whaling town to a hippie refuge to a holiday hot spot for billionaires. "To use a well-worn phrase, come hell or high water, people are still buying multimillion-dollar homes on Nantucket." Between 2030 and 2100, the number of structures exposed to coastal erosion is expected to go from 113 to 860. "Without erosion, this would be an extremely valuable area," Baxter Road resident Joshua Posner told BI. "It's not inexpensive, but it is worth doing," Posner told BI.
Persons: Steve Schwarzman, Eric Schmidt, Barry Sternlicht, Elizabeth Gibson, David L, Ryan, Bruce Percelay, Edward Sanford's, he'd, Percelay, Greg Mckechnie, you'd, Barry Sternlicht's, Suzanne Kreiter, Shelly Lockwood, who's, I'm, Joshua Posner, Jack Welch, Bill Belichick, , Sanford, Lockwood, Nature, Yorker Brendan Maddigan, Maddigan, Mckechnie, Schwarzman, She's, Posner, he's, Helmut Weymar, Anne Atherton Organizations: Resilience, Business, Boston Globe, Getty, Estate, Nantucket, Coastal, Nantucket's Cisco, Cisco, Beach, Patriots, Yorker, Preservation Fund, Baxter, Conservation, Conservancy, The New York Times, Conservation Commission, Nature Locations: Nantucket, England, Cape Cod, Nantucket's, Madaket, Sconset, Brant, Baxter
Jim Cramer gives his take on communication stocks Cisco and VerizonCNBC's Jim Cramer fields questions from viewers about stocks like Cisco and Verizon to help them answer the question: Am I diversified?
Persons: Jim Cramer Organizations: Cisco, Verizon
Decisions on additions and deletions to the Dow is made by the S & P Dow Jones Indices Index Committee. The S & P Dow Jones committee also wants to maintain adequate sector representation and it may come to believe there are other companies that better represent that corner of the market. Finally, there is the stock price issue. Unlike the S & P 500, the Dow is price weighted. Bottom line: Nvidia's 10-for-1 stock split makes it a Dow contender, but the committee has a clear preference for stocks that are well-seasoned, and not just sudden superstars.
Persons: Dow, Dow Jones Organizations: Nvidia, Intel, Dow Industrial, Dow, Companies, Cisco, Verizon Communications
It has started using AI to help improve recruitment outreach and the broader hiring process. This article is part of "CXO AI Playbook" — straight talk from business leaders on how they're testing and using AI. For "CXO AI Playbook," Business Insider takes a look at mini case studies about AI adoption across industries, company sizes, and technology DNA. Connecting with these so-called quiet candidates was an early use case for artificial intelligence at Cisco, Katsoudas said. Cisco is also using AI to schedule the interviews and meetings that follow.
Persons: , We've, Francine Katsoudas, Katsoudas, Cisco Katsoudas, personalize, Zohra Yafai, we've Organizations: Cisco, Service Locations: San Jose , California
A global labor shortage of about 80 million workers will make tech stocks go parabolic, according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee. "I think AI is really addressing a global labor shortage of roughly 80 million workers by the end of 2030," Lee said. AdvertisementA global labor shortage of about 80 million workers by the end of 2030 is going to send technology stocks soaring, according to Fundstrat's Tom Lee. This isn't the first time a global labor shortage has led to a parabolic move higher in technology stocks as tech companies helped boost productivity. Fundstrat"Between 1948 and 1967 there was a global labor shortage and technology stocks went parabolic.
Persons: Tom Lee, Lee, , it's Organizations: Service, Nvidia, Cisco
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAI will power the stock market for the next decade, former Cisco CEO John Chambers saysJohn Chambers, the former CEO of Cisco, says that artificial intelligence will "power the stock market over the next decade," adding that the technology is the reason why the stock market has moved so dramatically over the past 12 months.
Persons: John Chambers Organizations: Cisco
John Chambers, CEO of Cisco, at the 2015 CGI Annual Meeting in New York. Adam Jeffery | CNBCArtificial intelligence will power the stock market for the next decade, former Cisco CEO John Chambers told CNBC on Wednesday. "AI will power the stock market for the next decade," Chambers told CNBC's Karen Tso on the sidelines of the VivaTech conference in Paris. watch nowChambers said 38% of venture capital in the U.S. in the first quarter went into AI stocks. Chambers compared Nvidia's place in the AI market to Cisco's position in the internet market.
Persons: John Chambers, Adam Jeffery, Chambers, CNBC's Karen Tso, Maurice Lévy, Lévy Organizations: Cisco, CNBC, JC2 Ventures, Nvidia Locations: New York, Paris, U.S, Europe
"We're still really early in the AI build," Niles told CNBC's "Money Matters" on Monday. "If you look at today for the AI build out, who's really driving that?" Lam Yik Fei | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesPrior to the recent AI boom, Nvidia was known as the primary maker of chips used for 3D gaming. That's not to say that Nvidia is at risk of losing a ton of the AI chip business to rivals. Piper Sandler analysts expect it to keep at least 75% of the AI accelerator market, even as companies like Google build their own custom chips.
Persons: Jensen Huang, Josh Edelson, Sundar Pichai, that's, Dan Niles, Niles, We're, CNBC's, Bernstein, Mark Zuckerberg, Huang, Lam, Fei, That's, Piper Sandler, Harsh Kumar, Blackwell, Hopper, Morgan Stanley, Joseph Moore Organizations: Nvidia, Intelligence, SAP Center, Afp, Getty, Google, Blackwell, Microsoft, Meta, Niles Investment Management, Cisco, Apple, Nvidia Corp, Bloomberg Locations: San Jose , California, Redmond , Washington, Taipei, Taiwan
Artificial intelligence startup Scale AI said Tuesday that it has raised $1 billion in a Series F funding round that values the enterprise tech company at $13.8 billion — almost double its last reported valuation. 12 on this year's CNBC Disruptor 50 list, has now raised $1.6 billion to date. Existing investors including Y Combinator, Nat Friedman, Index Ventures, Founders Fund, Coatue, Thrive Capital, Spark Capital, Nvidia, Tiger Global Management, Greenoaks, and Wellington Management also participated in the round. Scale AI is playing a key role in the rise of generative artificial intelligence and large language models, with the data — whether it is text, images, video or voice recordings — needing to be labeled correctly before it can be digested and used effectively by AI technology. Scale AI has evolved from labeling data used to train models that powered autonomous driving to now helping to improve and fine tune the underlying data for nearly any organization looking to implement AI, powering some of the most advanced models in use.
Persons: Elad Gil, Y Combinator, Nat Friedman, Alexandr Wang Organizations: CNBC, Accel, Cisco Investments, Intel Capital, ServiceNow Ventures, AMD Ventures, WCM, Color Genomics, Meta, Ventures, Founders Fund, Spark Capital, Nvidia, Tiger Global Management, Wellington Management Locations: San Francisco, AGI
Nvidia is still considered cheap and can rise after its earnings report, according to Dan Niles. The semiconductor stock turned artificial intelligence darling has run up big, said the Niles Investment Management founder. "That's why my thoughts are, you get [a] slight move up in the stock when they report," he said on CNBC's " Money Movers ." With this in mind, Niles said traders should look for periods of digestion in Nvidia before the next leg up. The Magnificent Seven stock has climbed more than 90% this year as the AI craze remains top of mind for investors.
Persons: Dan Niles, Niles, LSEG Organizations: Nvidia, Niles Investment Management, Cisco Systems
Another earnings report, another sell-off in extended trading for Palo Alto Networks . Palo Alto Networks Why we own it: We believe cybersecurity is a secular growth market as bad actors are relentless and companies simply cannot afford to not invest in defense. We believe Palo Alto Networks, in particular, is uniquely positioned to win due to its best-in-class tools and broad product portfolio that allows it to provide an all-encompassing "platform" solution to cybersecurity. This transaction was the largest in the history of Palo Alto Networks at nearly $150 million" of total contract value. Signage outside Palo Alto Networks headquarters in Santa Clara, California, U.S., on Thursday, May 13, 2021.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThere's a real gap between what workers want and employers need, says former Deloitte executiveAshley Goodall, former Cisco and Deloitte executive, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the evolution of the workplace, the gap between workers and employers that is attributable to it, and more.
Persons: Ashley Goodall Organizations: Cisco, Deloitte
No one is laughing about Jayshree's company, either, as her white box solutions are beating Cisco Systems when it comes to the internet plumbing that connect Nvidia chips to the Titans. Last year at this time, Nvidia snuck into the U.S. trillion-dollar market cap club, with that May quarter. What does Nvidia really have to do then for an encore? Now we are getting into what Jensen does to beat expectations. Tall order, but Nvidia is a company that's beaten tall orders routinely we just didn't really know it until last May.
Persons: Jensen Huang, Jensen, Claude, let's, Blackwell, Andy Grove, Intel's, doesn't, — Jensen, Collette Kress, Mills, Eli Lilly, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Josh Edelson Organizations: Nvidia, Titans, Arista Networks, Microsoft, Meta, Cisco Systems, Google, Apple, Devices, Intel, Merck, Keytruda, Vision, AMD, Grove, Union Pacific, Club, GE, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, SAP Center, Afp, Getty Locations: San Jose , California
Under Armour — The sportswear maker's Class A shares slumped 11% and its Class C stock fell 9% after it issued lower-than-expected full-year earnings guidance. Under Armour now expects earnings in the range of 18 cents to 21 cents while analysts polled by FactSet had forecast 59 cents. Cisco Systems also hiked its 2024 revenue guidance, saying it now expects revenue of $53.7 billion at the midpoint of a range. Meme stocks — Shares of AMC and GameStop extended losses following the revival of the meme stock movement on Monday and Tuesday. Baidu reported CNY 31.51 billion ($4.7 billion) of revenue, topping the CNY 31.34 billion expected by analysts, according to StreetAccount.
Persons: Armour, FactSet, Goose, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, Chubb, Deere, GoodRX, Raymond James, John Ransom, Coupang, Tesla, — CNBC's Michelle Fox, Hakyung Kim, Sarah Min, Samantha Subin, Jesse Pound Organizations: Walmart, Wall, LSEG, Revenue, , Berkshire, Cisco Systems, AMC, GameStop, Deere, Company, Baidu, UBS, ISI, European Union, Facebook Locations: Krakow, Poland, The Seattle
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThursday’s rapid fire: Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems and Under ArmourCNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday weighed in on the stock moves of Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems and Under Armour.
Persons: Armour, Jim Cramer Organizations: Walmart, Deere, Chubb, Cisco Systems
Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon The Dow, all-timeThe average was created by Charles Dow in 1896 with just 12 industrial stocks. Paired with the Dow Jones Transportation Average , the two were collectively meant to offer a gauge for the broader economy. The sole caveat: No utility or transportation stocks are included, given the existence of the Dow Jones Utility Average and Transportation Average. 1972: Dow hits 1,000It may be hard to imagine given the recent achievement, but the Dow traded below 1,000 until the early 1970s. The Dow saw its worst year since 2008 in 2022, though 2023's rebound allowed the index to erase those losses.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCommittee Stocks on the Move: Cisco, Deere, Target, Palo Alto and IBMThe Investment Committee discusses some of their stocks that are on the move.
Organizations: Cisco, Deere, Target, IBM The Investment Locations: Palo Alto
Jim Cramer's daily rapid fire looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club portfolio. Walmart : Shares jumped more than 6% after the retail giant delivered a quarterly earnings beat and said it may now exceed the high end of its sales and adjusted earnings per share. "They go aisle by aisle, and they talk about how in food they've got deflation," Jim Cramer said. Chubb : Shares jumped 3.5% after Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway revealed in a securities filing Wednesday night that it'd been buying a stake in the insurer. Cisco Systems : Shares dropped nearly 2% despite the networking company's better-than-expected quarterly results and upward revision to fiscal 2024 guidance.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, That's, Cramer, Chubb, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, it'd, Kevin Plank Organizations: CNBC, Club, Walmart, Deere, Cisco Systems
Cisco climbs after hours following revenue and earnings beat
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCisco climbs after hours following revenue and earnings beatCNBC's Kristina Partsinevelos joins 'Fast Money' with the latest from the Cisco earnings call.
Persons: CNBC's Kristina Partsinevelos Organizations: Cisco
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