Rise of the robots: top managers on the fourth industrial revolution

The Davos World Economic Forum started today with the main theme being the fourth industrial revolution, which will see automation and robots penetrating industrial production as well as other spheres of everyday life.Fund managers are trying to keep up with this emerging trend, with Pictet Asset Management having launched a dedicated robotics fund in September, while investment management firm Sturgeon Ventures and adviser RoboCap also unveiled a so-called ‘pure play’ robotics strategy earlier this year.

Referencing a Boston Consulting study, Jonathan Cohen, a managing partner of RoboCap, said acceleration of automation will double over the next 10 years, with robots becoming more sophisticated and cheaper.
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The fund is advised by Robocap and Portfolio Manager is Sturgeon Ventures.

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Sturgeon Ventures are the most established Regulatory Incubator,a trusted partner and venture catalyst.  Providing nurturing and bespoke solutions, also known as a Regulatory Umbrella, Regulatory Hosting or Regulatory Ecosystem.
Sturgeon Ventures has incubated people and firms since 1999 and has been a family office wealth advisor since 1998. Sturgeon Ventures are Authorised and Regulated by the FCA and provide regulatory umbrella services.
We have been nominated and won many awards including most recently the HFM Awards 2015 Highest Commendation as the Best Overall Advisory Firm, Acquisition International Magazine’s Finance Awards 2015 Best Family Office Wealth Adviser 2015 – UK and the Award for Innovation in Start-up Incubation, Finance Awards Most Trusted FCA Regulatory Incubator 2104, ACQ MAGAZINE Business Incubator of the year 2104 and Venture Capitalist of the Year at the 2014 M&A Awards.
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