3 AI Stocks to Watch in September 2021

Anush Sahakyan
2 min readSep 23, 2021

Artificial intelligence is the future. It improves the quality of our lives and — a promising future. If you want a successful investment, you should consider AI stocks.

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CooTek [Cayman] Inc. (NYSE: CTK)

CooTek is a big-data-driven mobile internet company that develops and offers a host of software applications that are built with artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies. It operates in the United States and internationally.

Its most popular product is the TouchPal Smart Input, an AI-based alternative input method for mobile devices, its available on Android, iOS, Windows Mobile and Windows 8. The TouchPal supports approximately 110 languages and has over 100 million daily active users.

Alithya Group Inc. (ALYA)

Alithya Group Inc. provides strategy and digital technology services in Canada, the United States, and Europe. The company’s business strategy services include strategic consulting, digital transformation, organizational performance, and enterprise architecture services.

In April, Alithya acquires R3D Consulting, adding 600 professionals to a workforce now exceeding 3,000 employees. The acquisition bolsters the company’s expertise in consulting and digital application development in the insurance, finance, government services, healthcare, and telecommunications sectors, and paves the way for the creation of 350 new jobs and a new Quebec City-based global digital excellence center for the insurance industry. As part of the R3D acquisition, Alithya welcomes Québecor and Beneva as shareholders and business partners.

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Windfall Geotek Inc.(WIN)

Windfall Geotek Inc. develops platforms for the mining sector. The company offers CARDS (computer-aided resource detection system), a platform to identify a statistical probability of target identification within known areas of interest to analyze digital data sets of georeferenced historical exploration data, including geological, geochemical, geophysical, structural, and digital elevation data; and data mining services. It also acquires, explores for, and develops mineral resource properties in Québec.

The demand for electric vehicles is growing year over year. With that, the demand for minerals (i.e. copper, lithium, cobalt, nickel) has grown too. Windfall’s technology allows mining companies to pinpoint potential mines before they start digging, which limits the damage to the environment and builds a more sustainable future.

Windfall Geotek Inc.’s earnings per share (EPS) grew 44% per year over the last three years. It achieved revenue growth of 310% over the last year.

Note: This is NOT financial advice. Please make your own research before investing.

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Anush Sahakyan

Digital marketing brand strategist. Allegedly wise to the ways of PR, Digital Marketing and Social Media.