A study by think tank the Center for Data Innovation (CDI) found the U.S. remains the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) research and development.
The study ranked China second and the European Union (EU) third, compared to the U.S., in terms of talent, research, development, and hardware; China was ranked world leader in adoption of AI, and data.
The study’s authors said the U.S. has the greatest number of AI startups, as its startup ecosystem has garnered more private equity and venture capital investment than was seen in any other country.
CDI also said the U.S. "leads in the development of both traditional semiconductors and the computer chips that power AI systems; while it produces fewer AI scholarly papers than the EU or China, it produces the highest-quality papers on average."
From U.S. News & World Report
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