In the United States and around the world, Silicon Valley fashioned the new technologies that have altered the way people live and consume goods. Things could change as China’s government has announced ambitious initiatives to further develop AI in both Chinese universities and the private sector. China aspires to be world leader in AI by 2030. With weak privacy laws and a large population, China has access to a massive amount of data and an advantage over competing countries with stricter policies. getAbstract recommends this article to anyone concerned with the global competition for dominance in AI.
In this summary, you will learn
- How China’s relaxed privacy laws could give Chinese AI companies an advantage over the competition;
- What the Chinese government plans to do to further develop AI research in the coming years; and
- Why recent AI advances in China have garnered attention on the world stage.
About the Author
Christina Larson is an award-winning journalist whose work has been published in Bloomberg News, Science, Wired and The New Republic.