Wall Street’s Best Kept Secret: Gopher Technologies, Inc. (GOPH) can help transform several industries. Are you watching?
Investments in consumer technology are starting to pay off as millennials and Generation Z customers constantly compete to have the newest high-tech innovation. As technology improves, so does the need for reliable software and networks. One area of growth still in its infancy is Artificial Intelligence. AI is the study and development of intelligent machines and computer programs that are able to simulate human intellect. AI today involves building machines and programs that have the ability to carry out their assigned tasks with human-like aptitude. You may have heard of it; but aren’t quite sure what it is and whether you need it. Take a look at that device in the palm of your hand. One of the trendiest places where you’re sure to find AI is on your smartphone. Make no mistake about it, there is an epic boom taking place.
It’s not a secret that tech giants Google, Microsoft and Amazon are all investing heavily in AI Technology. Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming the backbone of consumer products and services, such as voice-activated smart home devices. Companies in every sector are pouring funds into AI tools and software to boost business, enhance existing products, and create brand new revenue streams. Even Netflix and Spotify use it to personalize content to your liking. According to IDC, retail will lead global spending on AI as the total market will jump 44% to $35.8 Billion in 2019. The U.S. will account for nearly two-thirds of all AI spending this year. Nearly $13.5 Billion will be spent on AI software platforms and AI Apps. By 2022, spending on AI systems is expected to more than double to $79.2 billion.
Some professionals have even forecast that the global market for AI will be worth anywhere between $3.9 trillion by 2022 to as much as $15.7 trillion by 2030.
Most experts agree that the technological revolution has just begun. The Internet continues to expand at such a rapid pace, that big business and technology are at risk of falling behind. Innovative and novel products are vital to sustain the growth. Artificial Intelligence in fueling this growth as it contributes pioneering and useful features to hardware and software alike. In fact, it’s helped evolve smartphones into one of the most fundamental pieces of consumer technology.
According to Deloitte, 57% of IT and global business executives believe AI will transform their company within the next three years; nearly half have major concerns about potential AI implementation risks, but only 40% believe they are fully prepared for them. One little known company, which is fully prepared and making strides in this arena, poses a significant opportunity for investors who may be missing out on the tech boom.
Even Mark Cuban, of Shark Tank fame, predicts the world’s first Trillionaire will come from the Artificial Intelligence space.
Gopher Protocol (OTC QB: GOPH) has positioned itself to capitalize on the new paradigm. Trading under a dime, GOPH provides prospective investors a unique opportunity to invest in the space and gain portfolio exposure to artificial intelligence initiatives.
GOPH develops Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence-enabled mobile technology platforms. They specialize in the development of Integrated Circuits for IoT/mobile and Artificial Intelligence technologies.
GOPH has created a new state-of-the-art microchip technology, called GopherInsight™ that is targeted to be installed within IoT/Mobile Devices. The microchips communicate with each other via private, secured communications. This allows for greater computing power, database management, and sharing functionalities between all devices.
Gopher has developed Avant! AI, a Powerful Artificial Intelligence program designed to govern Gopher’s technology. The App manages all of Gopher’s applications and is synchronized with the Avant! AI web application.
Avant! AI is capable of processing vast amounts of data efficiently and quickly. It is based on modern AI technologies including Deep Neural Network (DNN), vectorization and other advanced methodologies enabling usage for a multitude of applications.
The latest version of Avant! AI implements Machine Learning (ML) methods to enable advanced classification and problem solving. Using these flows and methods, the software will recognize user’s intent, distinguish between different data and analyze user’s sentiment.
AI is increasingly becoming ubiquitous in mobile technology. Developers focus on software which learns from past experience, exhibits reason, and follows commands. Zion Market Research reports the global mobile AI market will reach $22.4 billion by 2024. One of the key domains for AI in the mobile market is app development.
Imagine using predictive software which understands personal sarcasm and won’t discriminate when it receives attitude. It will grow to understand and better serve – YOU! Natural Language Processing (NLP) and speech recognition are now part of the software. Avant AI is ALWAYS learning, growing and evolving. It’s an extremely sophisticated new generation of AI which can detect, analyze, and learn from experience. This makes it an optimal match for autonomous cars, drone operations, geo tracking, and controlling many other complex systems.
Gopher has a portfolio of Patent-Protected Intellectual Property that, when commercialized, will include smart microchips, mobile and security applications and protocols, and supporting cloud software. Gopher’s system envisions the creation of a global mesh network. The core of the system will be its advanced microchip technology that can be installed in any mobile or fixed device worldwide. Gopher views this system as a low-cost, secure, private mesh network between any enabled devices, providing shared processing, advanced mobile database management/sharing and enhanced mobile features as an alternative to traditional carrier services. They have successfully completed Alpha testing on the MESH system.
A wireless mesh network enables citywide public Wi-Fi that in turn improves the delivery of urban services. Cisco predicts that wireless devices would account for two-thirds of the Internet Protocol (IP) traffic and almost all households would have broadband services.
“The number of devices connected to IP networks will be more than three times the global population by 2022. There will be 3.6 networked devices per capita by 2022, up from 2.4 networked devices per capita in 2017. There will be 28.5 billion networked devices by 2022, up from 18 billion in 2017.”
In cities, Wireless Mesh Networks could solve the congestion problem with traffic management solutions where traffic data is analyzed and pre-emptive solutions are provided for free-flowing traffic. High demand for enhanced coverage, structural flexibility, and multi-hop high-speed short distance transmission capability of video surveillance systems is augmenting the WMN market growth in security applications.
The Largest Private Network Ever Made!
GOPH intends to have hundreds of millions of Gopher enabled devices by the year 2020, worldwide. The goal is to equip a large part of the estimated 50 billion mobile devices globally with their mobile chip technology. This would create the largest private network ever made. Since their microchip technology is based on mathematical mesh models, it works efficiently and effectively on a global scale.
Wireless mesh networks are fast and are a preferred way to deliver video, voice, and data in various environments. Today, many municipalities, port authorities, public safety agencies, and industrial organizations are leveraging mesh networks to provide reliable connectivity to their workers.
Grand View Research published a new study that values the MESH market at $11 billion by 2025, due to the inherent rapid growth in the space. MESH networking has become one of the more cost-effective methods for extending wireless coverage more broadly into end-user markets and businesses, while additional developments in the mesh technology world have been headlined by advancements in tracking applications, allowing for uses in a variety of industries that require detailed measurements and logging.
GOPH has a multitude of businesses and revenue streams which tie together. All of these moving parts fit under one roof and allow for synergistic, organic growth between all subsidiaries.
One solid example is the partnership with Genesis Blockchain Technologies (GBT) which potentially expands the services and geographic coverage of both companies’ financial services. GBT is involved in the strategic management of BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) digital communications processing for enterprises and startups; distributed ledger technology development, AI development and fintech software development and applications. Building on Gopher’s wireless mesh network technology and GBT software development abilities, the companies intend to pursue new markets such as government work – military, fire, rescue – and air- and space-based systems for drones, aircraft and LEO (Low Earth Orbit) satellites, potentially forming a high-performance global wireless mesh network.
GOPH intends to rename as GBT Technologies soon, following a reorganization. With the existing mutual investment between Gopher and GBT, the two companies intend to explore potentially combining the two companies’ market and technology coverage, and potentially rebranding the new platform as a global business.
GOPH posted $13.3 Million in revenue last quarter, representing a 70% increase Year over Year. Current Assets are $30.6 Million. They reported over $51.5 Million in revenue for 2018 with a gross profit just under $1.9 Million. Yet GOPH stock is trading at only a $15.6 Million market cap (as of 7/17/19). Could Wall Street be overlooking these numbers?
Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTC QB: GOPH) is an under-the-radar company offering a high-upside opportunity! This stock is currently trading for less than a dime. This could be a significant opportunity for investors who wish to invest at these levels.
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