Matthew Keegan
Apr 10, 2018

China, America and the race for AI supremacy

As China and the USA compete to become the world’s first AI superpower, we explore who is ahead and how multinationals with offices in both countries avoid in-fighting when it comes to sharing technology and ideas.

The prototype of a self-driving car by Toyota, on display at CES in Las Vegas

It’s not just a tit-for-tat trade war between China and America that is currently escalating a technological arms race in artificial intelligence is also moving rapidly and it’s largely a two-country competition.

A recent report by Oxford University titled Deciphering China’s AI Dream’ found that, at present, China trails the US in every area of artificial intelligence development hardware, research, algorithm, and industry commercialisation except for access to big data. “I think the US is...

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