From TechStartups Team
Over the past two months, news of China’s intent to dominate the artificial intelligence (AI) world dominated the headlines. Last Summer, China unveiled a plan to become the world leader in artificial intelligence, challenging the United States for AI dominance. China is not alone: French President Emmanuel Macron, in a Q&A interview with Wired Magazine, discussed his country’s plans to spend nearly $2 billion on AI research and development.
As part of China’s plan to dominate – and eventually rule – AI, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued a 28-page document detailing a “Three-year Action Plan for the Development of a New Generation of Artificial Intelligence Industry (2018-2020).”