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What China Can Teach the U.S. About Artificial Intelligence

By The New York Times

Visionary research is no longer the most important element of progressRead full story

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  • Kai-Fu Lee
    Kai-Fu LeeproChairman & CEO at Sinovation Ventures

    Every technology goes through an age of discovery and an age of implementation. This movement from discovery to implementation marks a significant shift in AI’s center of gravity - away from the United States and toward China.

  • Steven Tong
    Steven TongManaging Director at Startupbootcamp

    It's not copy to China but copy from China nowadays. Important to take note of in view of the rhetoric on IP theft in the trade war narrative.

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