Artificial Intelligence, a race of two

Artificial Intelligence, a race of two

In the race for artificial intelligence dominance, it’s currently just a two horse competition.

When looked at on a national level, the race for artificial intelligence (AI) dominance is between two.

The United States and China are top of the charts when it comes to investment, talent, research and companies in the sector.

According to a Statista chart, between these two countries, there are areas in which one or the other is far stronger, with China well ahead in terms of investment and financing.

On one hand, China accounted for 60% of global investment since 2013, while the U.S. is most dominant from the perspective of companies operating in the field.

What is artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence refers to the creation of intelligent hardware or software able to replicate “human” behaviors such as learning and problem solving.

It is a field of computer science that has been the subject of people’s imaginations and science fiction movies for decades, often portrayed in movies by robots that act like humans in various contexts.

However, artificial intelligence is no longer limited to movie screens; it is part of people’s daily lives, becoming a global market expected to be worth approximately 7,35 billion U.S. dollars.

The statistic represents worldwide sales of industrial robots between 2004 and 2017. Industrial robot sales increased from about 294,000 in 2016 to around 387,000 in 2017.


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