Best Robotics & AI Stocks in India

With the changing business landscape, AI has played a pivotal role in every industry vertical, as it can mimic human interaction and show human-like capabilities. Today’s top listed companies in India in Artificial Intelligence offer unique and advanced AI algorithms at fast speed and more reliable solutions at very competitive rates, whereas businesses across the globe are leveraging the benefits of AI to be able to optimise processes or automate workflow.

  • Tata Elxsi

Over the last 25 years, it has been facilitating technology-based advancements, and it features a wide spectrum of breakthroughs enabled by AI and analytics, which includes self-driving cars to video analytics solutions. Its Artificial Intelligence Centre of Excellence (AI CoE) addresses the increasing demand for intelligent systems, while customers may swiftly adapt and modify the landscape using its cloud-based integrated data analytics frameworks, which feature patent-pending technologies, to get actionable insights and superior results. For three years, the stock returned 174.89 percent, while the Nifty IT provided investors a 106.55 percent return, while over three years, the stock returned 174.89 percent, while the Nifty IT provided investors a 106.55 percent return.

  • Bosch

The Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (BCAI) was founded in the year of 2017 to apply cutting-edge AI technology throughout Bosch products and services, resulting in innovative solutions. It created the technological groundwork for AI to have a real-world impact, and its research produces differentiation in six areas using data from all of Bosch’s disciplines, with a focus on core AI technologies, while only 1.08 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday drops of more than 5%, and the stock earned a negative return of -15.94 % over three years, compared to 44.16 percent for the Nifty 100 index.

  • Kellton Tech

It is a Hyderabad-based information technology and outsourcing company with locations in the United States and Europe, with over 1400 employees. The company generated net revenues of Rs. 7.39 billion, and it creates cutting-edge, focused AI solutions to challenges that traditionally needed a great deal of human intellect, ranging from machine learning to deep learning. Over three years, the stock returned 40.86 percent, while the Nifty IT delivered investors a 106.55 percent return. It was founded in 1993 and is a small-cap business in the IT software sector with a market capitalization of Rs. 712.75 Cr.

  • Happiest Minds

It helps organisations to be able to provide immersive consumer experiences and surpass the competition as it combines augmented intelligence with natural language processing, image analytics, video analytics, and upcoming technologies like AR and VR. It has the aim of imagining and developing the next generation of intelligent systems capable of thinking, learning, creating, and making decisions in the same way that humans can. In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, the company delivered an ROE of 29.62 percent, surpassing its five-year average of 23.07 percent. It was founded in 2011 and is a large-cap business in the IT software sector with a market capitalization of Rs 13,507.78 Cr.

  • Zensar Technologies

While the company’s go-to-market strategy is now shifting away from digital and toward disruptive AI, and while the company’s R&D department has filed for 100 patents in the last several years and is now entirely focused on AI, it announced the initial set of platforms for seven major areas last week, including sales, marketing, IT, talent supply chain, HR, collaboration, projects, and programs, to help customers create value, with the stock retrenching over a three-year period. 

  • Persistent Systems

It turns AI and machine learning dreams into reality with solutions that aid at every stage of AI and machine learning development and with a methodology that helps prioritise use cases, design platform architecture, scale model development, and operationalize models across the company. Their solutions ensure that one realises successful outcomes from the AI and ML investments. Annual sales growth of 16.16 percent surpassed the company’s three-year CAGR of 10.75 percent, while over three years, the stock returned 208.41% compared to 106.55 percent for the Nifty IT.

  • Saksoft

It assists customers in achieving transformational transformations through intelligent decisions, increased efficiency and productivity, enhanced customer experience, and service innovation by leveraging the critical combination of artificial intelligence and automation. It accelerates digital transformation and applies intelligent automation to solve business problems by combining automation and modern technologies such as RPA, machine learning, IoT, and artificial intelligence, and over three years, the Saksoft shares returned 118.06 percent, while the Nifty IT provided investors with a 106.55 percent return.

  • Oracle Financials

It can assist one in implementing AI in the company and IT processes, while with Oracle Cloud applications and platform, as well as Oracle Autonomous Database, all operating on Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud, one can speed up automation, minimise human errors, and gain greater business insights, and only 2.35 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday gains of more than 5%. Over three years, the stock returned -11.82 percent, compared to 44.16 percent for the Nifty 100. 

  • Affle

It can assist one in implementing AI in the company and IT processes, while with Oracle Cloud applications and platform, as well as Oracle Autonomous Database, all operating on Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud, one can speed up automation, minimise human errors, and gain greater business insights, and only 2.35 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday gains of more than 5%. Over three years, the stock returned -11.82 percent, compared to 44.16 percent for the Nifty 100. 

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