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While fintech has enjoyed the largest stake of funding in recent years it seems to be losing its luster — in 2021, global fintech entities received $137 billion in funding however this decreased to $81 billion in 2022.
Its heir apparent? AI.
Despite warnings from the “godfather of AI”, Dr Geoffrey Hinton, that the “scary” chatbots he helped create at Google could become more intelligent than humans, investment in AI shows no signs of slowing down.
And according to analysis conducted by Stanford University’s Institute for Human-Centered AI, global total corporate investment in artificial intelligence (AI) has been gaining pace. It reached almost $276.14 billion in 2021, up 88% from the previous year when investors plowed $146.74 billion onto AI-focused companies.
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Unsurprisingly, OpenAI has dominated funding (and headlines) since it launched its groundbreaking chatbot, ChatGPT, and has amassed $11 billion since its inception.
Hot on its heels, Anthropic, which was founded by former OpenAI employees to develop more human-like and safe AI, has raised $1 billion in three rounds of funding, $300 million of which has come from Google.
Meanwhile Scale AI, a data annotation platform that provides high-quality data to train AI models has recently amassed $117 million to fund 15 AI-specific projects. The company, which was founded in 2016, has raised $602.6 million in total.
While much of the job market conversation surrounding AI has revolved around robots replacing workers, this surge of investment means the hiring landscape for those proficient in artificial intelligence and machine learning is in robust health and ripe for the picking.
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