According to Gartner, Edge AI “refers to the use of AI techniques embedded in [Internet of Things] endpoints….that can process and store data close to where it’s generated.”
In other words, Edge AI devices are connected to the internet and have their own AI rather than relying on distant data centers and the cloud. Edge AI generally enables AI-powered services to work significantly faster and is less vulnerable to security threats.
Given the advantages of Edge AI, I’m certain that the technology will proliferate tremendously. Here are three of the best Edge AI stocks to buy to profit from this strong trend.
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