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Charles Mizrahi’s AI Guardian Firm – “The Next Microsoft”?

Charles Mizrahi’s AI Guardian Firm

March 15, 2024 by Theodor

Recently an artificial intelligence system went rogue and grew hostile toward an elite team of developers at Microsoft, making Charles Mizrahi believe AI has reached its “Oppenheimer Moment.”

The only thing standing between us and obliteration is an “AI Guardian” Firm that could be the next Microsoft.

 

The Teaser

This dire scenario is only the beginning, as one year from now, AI will be 11 times more powerful than it is today.

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In 2019, Charles Mizrahi predicted the artificial intelligence industry would surge by 142,627%. This hasn't happened yet, but the AI industry has grown from roughly $11 billion in 2019 to around $200 billion today, so Charles' prediction may still come to fruition.

I have reviewed some of his previous calls here on Green Bull, including his $5 Microcap to 5x Your Money in 5 Years and “MLP Checks” teaser.

In five years, AI could be 205,000 times more powerful. Making some prominent figures in the tech world, like Elon Musk and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak nervous.

Some, like the CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman, have even gone so far as to demand we mitigate the risk of an extinction-level event triggered by artificial intelligence.

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Besides a scenario straight out of The Terminator, where killer cyborgs roam freely, the risks are myriad.

From a rogue AI taking control of a chemical weapon to crashing financial markets, or even taking down the power grid.

AI's Oppenheimer Moment

Mo Gawdat, the guy who led some of Google’s most complex AI projects summed it up, saying “AI has reached its Oppenheimer Moment.”

This is just a sophisticated way of saying AI is now capable of being a powerful force for good…or destruction. Just like when splitting the atom led to nuclear power and new propulsion systems for our space program. But it also created the nuclear bomb.

Fortunately, one mysterious firm founded by two billionaires has invented a technology that could end the threat of rogue artificial intelligence.

Their stealthy work over the past few years has produced the world’s first AI security and threat elimination system. A technology Charles calls “AI Guardian” and he believes the valuation of the firm behind it could jump 2,500% over the next five years.

 

The Pitch

Charles has prepared a special report on this firm and its world-changing AI Guardian breakthrough. It’s called The Next Microsoft: Earn Generational Wealth From the AI Guardian.

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The report is ours if we become members of a new advisory service called Alpha Investor.

A subscription costs only $47 and bestows upon us a 12-month money-back guarantee, one new stock pick per month that could deliver a 3x to 5x return over five years, two additional bonus reports, including The No. 1 Play for the $6.2 Trillion Demographic Boom, and more.

 

How An Artificial Intelligence Application Could Go Rogue

Charles says there's a dirty secret nobody wants to talk about.

The infrastructure artificial intelligence relies on is crumbling and on the brink of disaster.

See, the life force of AI is data. If it can’t access the data it needs fast enough, or it can’t find the data, or it gets bad or malicious data, it can go rogue.

The problem is, since November 2022 when generative AI emerged, we're creating a whole lot more data every year than we used to.

Precisely twenty-five million percent more!

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The big cloud providers like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Oracle have spent hundreds of billions of dollars building out the infrastructure for cloud computing. 

However, the vast majority of this money was spent before generative AI emerged, creating three so-called powder kegs that could blow at any moment.

First Powder Keg

Plain and simple, most of the world’s data centers are ancient by computing standards.

For example, one of the largest data centers in the country, Equinix's DC2 facility in Ashburn, VA, was constructed in 1982 and fully renovated in 2008. An eternity ago in AI-time.

Second Powder Keg

The clouds themselves weren’t built to be compatible with one another.

This incompatibility, like a would-be couple on a first date, can create bottlenecks that prevent data from reaching its destination fast enough or at all.

Case in point, e-commerce platform Alibaba lost $1 billion due to one of its data centers crashing.

Third Powder Keg

Today's cloud infrastructure is plagued by vulnerabilities and blind spots that make it ripe for cybercrime.

According to one CFO survey, an incredible 80% of corporations and organizations that use the cloud say they were the target of attacks by hackers.

Every tech company operates 24/7 and now they have the weapon they need.

This AI Guardian is going to help eliminate the threat of rogue AI. Let's find out the name of the company behind it.

 

Revealing Charles Mizrahi's AI Guardian Firm

We get quite a few clues to help us uncover the identity of the AI Guardian Firm:

  • Besides being the world’s first AI security and threat elimination system, the firm has already been awarded 823 patents for its full suite of technology.
  • It has founders who are serially successful billionaire entrepreneurs. One co-founded Sun Microsystems and the other sold his Ethernet startup to Cisco, then became one of Google’s first angel investors.
  • The firm has a nine-figure contract from the Pentagon and is also referenced in NSA documentation.

This info led us to Arista Networks Inc. (NYSE: ANET). The clues stack up like data servers:

  • Arista designs and sells cloud networking solutions for large data center storage and computing environments and has 823 pending and granted patents globally.
  • The company was founded by Andy Bechtolsheim, who co-founded Sun Microsystems, and David Cheriton, who sold Granite Systems to Cisco Systems in 1996 before cutting a $100,000 check to Google, as its first angel investor.
  • Arista Networks did win a large Pentagon contract in the past for upgrading the military's cloud computing gear. It is also mentioned in a Department of Defense PDF (page 10) as assisting NSA customers with evaluating their networks.

 

Make 2,500% over the next five years or less?

The most striking thing about Charles' claim that Arista “could be on the verge of experiencing parabolic growth” is that it has already grown by more than 1,200% since its IPO in 2014.

It is now a $89 billion company and a further 2,500% to 5,000% over the next five to ten years would make it a $2.3 trillion to $4.5 trillion business. 

Can it get there?

Based on its fiscal year 2023 results, revenue is growing by over 30% annually, which is high for a business of its size, and net income is growing by an even greater 50%.

At a valuation of 43x trailing earnings, some of this growth has already been factored into the stock price, but certainly not all.

By the looks of it, everything from Arista's 35% profit margin to its 34% ROE, indicates a business with some competitive advantages such as a high cost of switching and scale, which would do ok even in a downturn, given that the large enterprise customers it serves can't afford to skrimp on cloud security.

The bottom line is, that even if Arista doesn't grow by 2,500% over the next five years, it is still a quality business in position to deliver above-average growth over the long term.

 

Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • Charles Mizrahi believes AI is having its “Oppenheimer Moment” and the only thing that may save us is an “AI Guardian” Firm that could be the next Microsoft.
  • What Charles calls “AI Guardian” is the world’s first AI security and threat elimination system and he believes the stock of the firm behind it could jump 2,500% over the next five years.
  • A special report on this firm and its world-changing AI Guardian breakthrough has been compiled. It’s called The Next Microsoft: Earn Generational Wealth From the AI Guardian and it's ours with a $47 subscription to Charles' new advisory service called Alpha Investor.
  • Before you could take the plunge, we already revealed the name of the “AI Guardian” Firm for free as Arista Networks Inc. (NYSE: ANET).
  • Arista is a quality business, available for a fair price, delivering above-average growth even without a quadruple-digit surge over the short term.

Is cloud security something you are investing in? Let us know in the comments below.

Theodor


Theodor is an old school value guy, when he's not looking for great companies and great prices you can find him on the basketball court hooping.

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