China Puts Forth Plan to Become World Leader in Artificial Intelligence

Home News China Puts Forth Plan to Become World Leader in Artificial Intelligence Michael Feldman | July 31, 2017 19:23 CEST The Chinese government has released a three-phase plan to become the world leader in artificial intelligence. According to a document published by the country’s State Council, the development and deployment of AI is seen as a strategic opportunity to the country, and will be worth 10 trillion yuan (1.49 trillion USD) to the nation’s economy by 2030. The Chinese government sees AI technology as a new engine of economic development that will be critical to national security, industrial production, and social services. As a result, the country appears to be setting the same general course for AI it set for supercomputing years ago: to accelerate development of the core technology, attract top talent in the field, and leverage expertise in existing domestic companies. In the first phase of the plan, which concludes in 2020, the goal is establish AI technology standards, service channels, and a commercial ecosystem. In this initial phase, the first round of AI technologies will begin deployment in key areas like autonomous systems, data analytics, and the media. To accomplish this, the government plans to “cultivate…


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