Think of China as the world's factory no more. The Middle Kingdom has been rising in technological sophistication at light speed in recent years, fueled by top-down policy encouragement and venture capital funding.
Ten years from now the world's second biggest economy – though China should already be the world's biggest economy long before that – could well be the leading power in the next exciting tech frontier: artificial intelligence (AI), projects Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, founder of Sinovation Ventures and former head of Google China.
Chinese authors already pen more academic papers on deep learning, a key AI category, than writers in the U.S. By Sinovation's estimates, around 43% of the most influential AI papers, taking up 55.8% of total quotations in the field, were authored by Chinese nationals or people with Chinese ancestry....
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