China Seeks Leadership In Artificial Intelligence By 2030

Motorcyclist caught using ‘James Bond’ gadget to avoid speeding fines Late Thursday, July 20, the State Council in Beijing released the country’s artificial intelligence development plan. It aims to grow domestic AI industries to more than 150 billion yuan or $22.2 billion by 2020 and 400 billion yuan or $59.1 billion by 2025.   ( VCG | Getty Images ) China has mapped out plans to be the world leader in artificial intelligence by 2030, challenging U.S. dominance in the field by building a homegrown industry worth nearly $150 billion. The plans were disclosed amid escalating international tensions over the technology’s military applications, along with AI’s increasing importance in anything from smart cars and energy to computing. AI Development Roadmap Late Thursday, July 20, the State Council in Beijing released the country’s AI development plan, Reuters reported. It aims to grow domestic AI industries to more than 150 billion yuan or $22.2 billion by 2020 and 400 billion yuan or $59.1 billion by 2025. With the major push into AI dominance, China eyes rival American market leaders that include Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Microsoft Corp. “The local and central government are supporting this AI effort. They see this trend coming and they want…


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