Its Robotics v/s Artificial Intelligence for investors in emerging technologies: Report

Blockchain has seen the lowest investor interest as well as the lowest average deal value among all technologies, with a 2.23 investors-to-idea ratio and $12 million respectively in 2017.

Must Read

Sumit Deb begins new journey as CMD of NMDC

Senior PSU leader has assumed charge as Chairman-cum-Managing Director of NMDC Limited. He succeeds N. Baijendra Kumar.

Spearheading transformation towards sustainable future in times of Covid-19

Bringing the governments, businesses, academia, and communities together to spearhead the transformational and systematic effort towards a sustainable future is needed

Tata Communications gets local telecom license in Saudi Arabia

Under Type B telecom license, Tata Communications will be able to provide Internet Service Provider and related telecom services to enterprises in a defined capacity, along with local currency billing for end-customers

Among all the emerging tech companies globally, those working on have witnessed the highest investor interest with a significant 2.93 investors-to-idea ratio in 2017, says GlobalData, a UK-based data and analytics company.

The report emphasises that although (AI) is ahead of all technologies in terms of volume terms, robotics has the edge over others in terms of investors-to-idea ratio. The rise in interest for robotics is also supported by the average deal value recorded in this segment, which is the second highest at $28 million compared to AI’s $18 million.

Interestingly, has seen the lowest investor interest as well as the lowest average deal value among all technologies, with a 2.23 investors-to-idea ratio and $12 million respectively in 2017.

GlobalData’s analysis noted a mixed result for connected devices & IoT segment, which stood atop the average deal value chart with $29.5 million, but slipped to third in terms of interest at a 2.62 investors-to-idea ratio.

Subscribe to receive the day's headlines from Tech Observer straight in your inbox

Leave a Reply

*The moderation of comments is automated and not cleared manually by techobserver.in. Embedding of any link and use of abusive or unparliamentary language are prohibited.
- Advertisement -

Latest in TECH

Tata Communications gets local telecom license in Saudi Arabia

Under Type B telecom license, Tata Communications will be able to provide Internet Service Provider and related telecom services to enterprises in a defined capacity, along with local currency billing for end-customers
- Advertisement -SAP Hana

Related Articles