Join James Wang as he interviews Cathie Wood (CEO and CIO at ARK Invest) on our recently published Big Ideas 2020 report. On this podcast Cathie will share her perspective on some of the biggest breakthroughs ARK believes should not be missed in the coming year.
What is ARK’s Big Ideas Report?
This annual research report highlights the latest developments in innovation and offers some of our most provocative research conclusions for the coming year. ARK seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the convergence, market potential, and long-term impact of disruptive innovation by researching a global universe that spans sectors, industries, and markets. Today, we seem to be witnessing an acceleration in new technological breakthroughs. To enlighten investors on the impact of these breakthroughs and the opportunities they will create, we began publishing Big Ideas in 2017. This year’s version focuses on:
- Deep Learning — From Vision to Language
- Streaming Media — The Primary Technology Behind Content Distribution
- Electric Vehicles — Faster Adoption Than Most Think
- Automation — Increased Productivity and More Jobs
- 3D Printing — An Underestimated Technology
- Autonomous Ridehailing — The Future of Transportation
- Aerial Drones — A Cost Saver and Potential Life Saver
- Next Generation DNA Sequencing — The Transformation of Oncology
- Biotech R&D Efficiency — The Convergence of Technologies in Healthcare
- Digital Wallets — The Transformation of Banking
- Bitcoin — An Evolution of Monetary Systems
“The big surprise to me was that the biggest opportunity out there, in terms of drones, is food delivery.”— @CathieDWood
“The convergence of DNA sequencing, AI, and Gene editing will reduce the price of Biotech R&D considerably, bringing margins potentially back to highs like we have seen in the 80s.”— @CathieDWood
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