Having transformative technology and assets can quickly turn smallcaps into large caps, and OneMeta AI (Ticker: ONEI) has positioned itself to prove that point. That’s no overzealous presumption. It’s a sentiment based on ONEI having, among other things, a proven and working language translation app separating itself from everything in the industry. And by no small measures.
It makes the next best thing, an app Facebook turned Meta (NASDAQ: META) recently touted as a distant beta-testing second. Worse for them, they are potentially years behind ONEI in bringing to market a language translation app that can match the current capability of Verbum. Notably, Verbum will most certainly have lengthened its competitive edge if and when that happens.
It’s already distant. Consider this. Meta was proud to provide an update about its language translation app showing it can translate up to one language at a time, one sentence at a time. That’s fine and a step in the right direction, but it’s no leader. In fact, compared to ONEI’s Verbum, it’s a distant second, evidenced by Verbum’s ability to translate, in real-time, 82 languages simultaneously with no limitations on how many characters can be transcribed. But there’s more good news. While the closest competitor may be in beta, Verbum isn’t.
It’s already at work, proving its industry-best features to participants at last month’s International Academic Conference on the Sustainable Development of Goals conference. And it did more than best Meta’s self-described one-sentence, one-language tool. It facilitated efficient, effective, real-time translation in multiple languages to about 400 people at the three-day event. Not just a few, either; up to 82 different ones.
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Separating Itself In The Competitive Landscape
That event helped distinguish Verbum as a multi-industry language translation game-changer. Not just for conferences. It’s expected to meet demand from public and private organizations, academic institutions, gamers, and many other spaces that need global connectivity. And by Verbum enabling fluent communication among individuals who don’t speak a similar language, it can do more than connect people; it can help create a potentially massive revenue stream for ONEI.
Remember, Meta noted its product’s limitations, highlighting that it can only translate one language, one sentence at a time. They said, “While the Hokkien translation model is still a work in progress and can translate only one full sentence at a time, it’s a step toward a future where simultaneous translation between languages is possible. The techniques we pioneered can be extended to many other written and unwritten languages.”
At best, in its current form, Meta’s app looks like a glorified version of Alphabet, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) translator app. In other words, it can do a decent translation after a user inputs data. But even GOOGL’s app, from a competitive perspective, wasn’t really designed to do what Verbum does. It’s found its niche as a sentence translation tool that’s useful but for a different set of use cases.
The limitations of others have opened a door of opportunity that ONEI intends to not only walk through but also exploit. And as an industry-best, even global best translation app option, it can transform ONEI as a significant player and contributor to the space. Better still, from a company and investor’s perspective, it could fuel potentially exponential revenue growth, which tends to drive share prices higher in the process.
But Verbum isn’t the only value driver in the ONEI product portfolio.
A Broad Asset Portfolio Enhances Opportunities
ONEI has additional patented software and apps that are also attracting attention. And for similarly good reasons. Like Verbum, its Arcadia takes translation to new levels. This time for gamers by showing an unrivaled ability to recognize and understand in-game speech, transcribe it, translate it into a teammate’s preferred language, and simultaneously display it as live captions on their screens. Academia is another. It’s an app enabling remote teaching interpretation, a sector and revenue-generating opportunity enhanced in the pandemic era.
That app, in particular, targets opportunities from new and developing markets like at-home learning, working from home, and other scenarios where one to hundreds of people can connect. The excellent news for ONEI is that both can be significant near-term value drivers on their own merit. But they won’t need to act alone; instead, they could ride the coattails of Verbum and add to an already compelling value proposition. While those three products attract attention, others contribute to ONEI’s growth.
That includes OneMeta AI’s WebSafety app allowing parents to monitor questionable and potentially harmful content or a direct predatory exchange on their child’s mobile device. Its DriveSafety app is another, designed with road safety in mind, that can disable mobile devices from texting and other distracting services. It also analyzes speed, braking, and other driving data, which can be shared with parents, employers, and insurance companies interested in monitoring driving behaviors.
All tolled, ONEI may be able to leverage the value of its asset portfolio to shift them from a company in hypergrowth to one growing at warp speed. That’s more probable than not, noting that its apps and software position them well to capture a sizable share of tremendous Metaverse sector opportunities. Considering it’s a sector worth billions now and expected to be worth trillions by 2030, capitalizing on companies already positioned to benefit from having the right products to meet demand may be a wise and timely consideration. ONEI has done the work to make that list.
And they aren’t slowing down. In fact, they are better positioned than ever to get bigger faster after being accepted into the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub (NASDAQ: MSFT) and utilizing that group’s vast resources and access to some of the brightest business and product development minds in the world. Maximizing that asset can appreciably strengthen ONEI’s value proposition.
Timely To An Evolving Metaverse Proposition
They will expedite tapping into a sector with massive revenue-generating opportunities if they do. “Metaverse” is much more than a 2022 buzzword. It’s a transformative technology, a visionary place, and a gateway to a multi-sector marketing opportunity fueled by AI’s power to generate better decisions and outcomes.
ONEI is positioned to take advantage, not just by being connected to the sector but by creating and marketing tools providing an immersive and interactive digital experience with applications that can touch almost every part of human life. With products showing unrivaled capability in many cases, ONEI’s mission is more than in progress; it’s gaining traction.
And not only from consumer-oriented markets. The Metaverse transformation also significantly affects how technology developers and Metaverse users use virtual, interactive, and mobile platforms. That’s caused marketers to focus on driving revenues through mobile networks, augmented and virtual reality, social media, gaming, eCommerce, cryptocurrency, and work environments. ONEI targets those opportunities, and they intend to do more.
Capitalizing On A Changing Lifestyle Dynamic
Better still for everyone in the Metaverse loop, they are timely to those prospects, noting the massive shift in how academics, gaming, language, and safety apps are perceived by users as part of pandemic-related lifestyle changes. Some of those changes are now embedded into everyday lifestyles.
And since ONEI is already marketing products to meet particular interests, saying they enter Q4 and 2023 with competitive advantages and a revenue-generating tailwind may be an understatement. In some markets, they may be the leader. In a global Metaverse market forecasted to grow at a CAGR of over 37.1% to offer a $758.6 billion market opportunity within a decade, establishing that edge matters.
Thus, if ONEI continues to prove it can help usher and shape that massive sector, from a valuation perspective, its price-to-potential disconnect may be an opportunity too good to ignore. Also, keep in mind that while ONEI is an impressive company today, they are committed to getting bigger by continuing to develop new ways to make life simpler for billions of people. Meeting that objective, ONEI wouldn’t be looking at millions in potential revenues but billions, a scenario that could bode well for the company, product users, and investors.
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