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Why June 30 Will Be the Tipping Point for AI

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It’s not estimated at least 300 million jobs worldwide are in AI’s crosshairs. May 20, 202

It’s not estimated at least 300 million jobs worldwide are in AI’s crosshairs. May 20, 2024 [View in Browser]( / [Unsubscribe]( Editor's Note: The message below from one of our partners is one we believe you should take a close look at. Dear Reader, AI is already replacing workers in warehouses. It’s spreading like lightning in the software, legal and engineering industries… AI is even popping up on farms across the nation… It’s not estimated at least 300 million jobs worldwide are in AI’s crosshairs. Yet, by 2030, AI is also expected to be a $15.7 trillion “game-changer.” And it’s already minting a new wave of billionaires. Why? Two words — creative destruction. Throughout history, new innovations have replaced older ones — making them obsolete… And this process creates very big winners … AND very big losers … every … single … time. It’s unavoidable. But with AI, the gap between the winners and losers stands to be larger than ever before… “We are seeing the most disruptive force in history...” — Elon Musk [Take these three steps]( between now and June 30 to help ensure YOU end up on the winning side of AI. [Click here now to watch the presentation.]( Regards, Ian King Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing This ad is sent on behalf of Banyan Hill Publishing. P.O. Box 8378, Delray Beach, FL 33482. If you would like to unsubscribe from receiving offers for Strategic Fortunes, please [click here.]( This email was sent to {EMAIL} because you made a great decision to receive our newsletter. Trading involves risk. The information provided is NOT trading advice. Neither the Editors, the Publisher, nor any of their respective affiliates make any guarantee or other promise as to any results that may be obtained from the newsletter. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. This recipient of this email assumes responsibility for conducting its own due diligence on the aforementioned company or entity and assumes full responsibility, and releases the sender from liability for any purchase or order made from any company or entity mentioned or recommended in this email. The information provided is for educational purposes only. Please contact your financial advisor for specific financial advice tailored to your personal circumstances. Actual results may differ. Nothing here constitutes a recommendation respecting the particular security illustrated. Copyright © 2024 Web Impact. This offer is brought to you by Web Impact LLC. Al Jerozolimskie 85, 02-001 Warsaw, Poland. If you would like to unsubscribe from receiving offers brought to you by Web Impact LLC click link below. All Rights Reserved. [Unsubscribe](

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