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Generative AI Propels Tech Giants Beyond $10 Trillion Valuation, Meta Lags Behind

Highlights

  • Tech giants exceed $10 trillion valuation.

  • Microsoft leads, while Meta plays catch-up.

  • Generative AI fuels industry growth.

The valuation of the world’s largest technology companies has collectively surpassed $10 trillion, driven by their strategic investments in generative artificial intelligence (AI). These companies, which now include Microsoft, Apple, Google, Amazon, and Nvidia, have all seen their market capitalization exceed the once elusive $1 trillion mark, a feat first achieved by Apple in 2018.

Generative AI’s Impact on Tech Titans

Apple, which has twice set records by reaching $2 trillion and $3 trillion valuations, is currently valued at $2.81 trillion, with Microsoft slightly ahead at $2.88 trillion. Microsoft’s lead is attributed to its significant investments in OpenAI and the integration of advanced language models such as GPT-4 into a variety of products and services.

Google’s recent introduction of its Gemini AI series, including the Gemini Nano for its upcoming Pixel 8 Pro phone, has contributed to its $1.77 trillion valuation. This move follows the less successful debut of Google Bard. Meanwhile, Amazon’s $1.56 trillion valuation owes much to its application of generative AI in advertising and e-commerce.

Nvidia and Meta’s Generative AI Journey

Nvidia has become critical in the generative AI sector, with its highly demanded graphics cards fueling its $1.38 trillion valuation. On the other hand, Meta, with a current valuation of $937.85 billion, has only recently shifted its focus to generative AI after concentrating on the metaverse, and it is yet to reach the trillion-dollar milestone.

Despite being late to the generative AI arena, Meta has ended multiple experiments to enhance its services with the technology. It remains to be seen whether these initiatives will help Meta catch up to its peers in terms of market valuation.