On Thursday, Shares of NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), subtract -1.63% and closed at $63.35 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $63.70 and $65.80. NVIDIA and FANUC Corporation recently declared a partnershipto implement artificial intelligence on the FANUC Intelligent Edge Link and Drive (FIELD) system to increase robotics productivity and bring new capabilities to automated factories worldwide.
Adding AI to the FIELD system will give robots the ability to teach themselves to do tasks faster and more efficiently. By learning together, what used to take a single robot 8 hours can now be done by eight robots in an hour.
“The age of AI is here,” said Jen-Hsun Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA. “GPU deep learning ignited this new wave of computing where software learns and machines reason. One of the most exciting creations will be intelligent robots that can understand their environment and interact with people. NVIDIA is delighted to partner with FANUC, the world leader of industrial robotics, to realize a future where intelligent machines accelerate the advancement of humanity.”
Eldorado Gold Corp (USA)(NYSE:EGO), jumped 1.40% and closed at $3.62 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $3.51 and $3.77. The company’s Market capitalization is $2.69 Billion with the total outstanding Shares of 716.59 million. Eldorado Gold Corporation will release its Q3 2016 Financial and Operational Results after the market closes on Thursday October 27, 2016. Paul Wright, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, will host a conference call on Friday October 28, 2016 at 8:30 am PT (11:30 AM ET). The call will be webcast and can be accessed at Eldorado Gold’s website.
Accenture Plc (NYSE:ACN), jumped 0.42% and closed at $118.11 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $116.03 and $118.50. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $91.40 and reached to max level of $124.96. New research from Accenture Interactive indicates that offering personalized experiences will translate to higher sales if businesses remove unintended barriers consumers report. While most consumers welcome personalized offerings, many complain of having received irrelevant recommendations and practiced an overwhelming choice of options when visiting brands and retailers’ websites.
A full 75% of consumers are more likely to buy from retailers that provide any of these three services.
Despite their openness to personalization, many consumers are disdesignated with the experiences they receive, such as:
A glut of options – two in five (39%) have left a business’ website and made a purchase elsewhere, because they were overwhelmed by too many options.
Irrelevant recommendations – just one in two (50%) stated ever making a purchase recommended to them on a retailer’s website.
“Brands recently have a responsibility to make it easy for customers to engage, buy and consume what they want, how and when they want,” said Jeriad Zoghby, global personalization lead at Accenture Interactive. “The availability of data and digital technology recently allows for a deeper level of personalization needed to dynamically curate experiences to each individual and context, across marketing, shopping, and services interactions. Yet many brands are still grappling with delivering upon customers’ desire for more personalized experiences. They create unintended barriers, for example, when onsite search delivers irrelevant results or landing pages don’t match known customer intent or profiles. In an era when your brand is the experience, it’s imperative that retailers deliver the ultimate user-friendly and tailored experiences or risk sacrificing sales and loyalty.”