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The Dawn of AI on Wall Street: An In-Depth Look

Annelise Sylta

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Lately, there’s been a huge spike in interest in artificial intelligence (AI) as companies in this field start to go public, signaling the beginning of a new chapter for tech investments. AI is growing fast privately, and now a bunch of new public stock offerings (IPOs) are coming that’ll shake up the stock market. This isn’t just about growth. it’s a major turning point for cutting edge tech aiming to expand big time.

Snapshot of the Current AI Landscape

A detailed report from EY tells an interesting story about where AI stands today. Most AI businesses are just starting out, showing that the industry is young but pretty lively. Here’s what the numbers say,

  • Early Venture Capital Stage – They make up 35% of the batch and are just beginning to grow.
  • Seed Stage – These guys represent more than half at 54%, marking a growing interest in AI advancements.
  • Private Equity Phase – Only 3% have reached this stage, proving it’s quite rare to get this far.
  • Late Venture Capital Stage – Standing at 7%, these companies are nearly ready to expand further.

The numbers clearly show a pattern, excitement and money going into AI is strong, but only a few make it all the way to an IPO. This suggests that many AI companies are still in their early days within the larger tech world.

AI Companies Eyeing IPOs in 2024
The year 2024 looks promising for AI startups planning to go public. The potential candidates include,

  • Cerebras, which makes advanced chips for AI, is targeting a market value of $4.2 billion.
  • Stripe, the big player in payment processing with AI integration, is looking at an IPO estimated to be worth $65 billion.
  • Synthego, working at the crossroads of AI and genetics, aims to enter the market with a $1.2 billion valuation.

The Increasing Appetite for AI IPOs on Wall Street

  • Investors on Wall Street are showing more interest in financing AI companies.
  • Michael Harris from the New York Stock Exchange highlights this eagerness for innovative tech firms.
  • The buzz around new companies like Reddit Inc. and Astera Labs Inc is mostly about businesses that use AI to solve problems.
  • There’s a wave of fresh ideas ready to move from private investment to the spotlight.


AI startups are looking into IPOs, moving from being mostly privately held to taking advantage of what public markets have to offer. This shift isn’t just for money it’s also for the reputation, visibility, and new chances that come with going public.

AI, Reshaping the Future of Public Markets


The face of public markets is changing thanks to the rise of AI firms. As these companies start going public more often, they’re setting up a future where tech and fresh thinking are at the heart of investing stories. The move from private hands to the public eye shows how this sector is evolving. We’re seeing AI become increasingly important in predicting where markets and investments will go.


This change gives us a clear look at how technology affects the financial world. Upcoming IPOs not only aim to share groundbreaking ideas with more people, but they also show how much we value AI’s ability to change different business sectors. As AI firms move toward stock market launches, it’s not just about money. It signals the start of an age where AI is essential to worldwide economics.

Anne Lise is an MBA graduate with a passion for doing business research and fashion reviews. She has been with Busybodytribune for over 4 years now, and is the lead editor for the magazine.

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