Extreme power puts them at risk of weakening their enemy, which could lead to a Cold War style weapon attack
A short document to open an online documentary of Chinese state news channel CGTN shows jaywalkers in Shenzhen being videotaped, identified and publicly humiliated in real time.
The report should highlight the world\’s ingenuity in artificial intelligence, but it reveals a well-known fact: Chinese AI is by no means a world governance tool as the least used method of domestic control.
In the paper, the U.S. And China came from the neck and neck with artificial intelligence. China is at the forefront of magazine quotes – aided by the fact that it also publishes more – while the U.S. It ranks in the highest quality matrix of conference papers shown, according to a recent report compiled by Stanford University. So while the world’s most populous country is a major AI power, Chinese investors and watchdogs shouldn’t put too much stock in the assumption that its position is irresistible or that the U.S. It is weak. By misjudging the abilities of others, both superpowers risk comparing their enemy\’s strengths to extremes in a way that could lead to Cold War AI\’s arm-racing.
In fact, Chinese technology is somewhat limited. Artificial intelligence covers a wide range of sub-fields, including machine learning, robots, natural language processing and computer vision. The U.S. It has a comprehensive toolkit that is distributed across all sectors and is used worldwide. China, by contrast, is at the forefront of computing, a site that helps Beijing build its own state of the art.
In a technical study conducted by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology, Chinese algorithms rated equally close to the top of a series of experimental tests – mugshots, visa images and border control images.
IBeijing-based SenseTime Group Ltd. stand out. CloudWalk Technology Co., founded in 2010 by China Chinese of Sciences, and the Beihang University team are also ranked high in the latest tests of more than 600 entries from around the world.
More than half of the papers last year were published by Chinese teams in the most widely used fields of surveillance – computer recognition and pattern recognition, according to research paper data compiled by Microsoft Academic Graph analyzed by Chinese media Six Tone. Compared to the U.S., UK, Germany and India, a small number of its papers are based on machine learning, natural language processing and robots.
The revenue of AI software companies in China, on the other hand, is closely linked to the government and their desire to monitor people. SenseTime, which organizes a public offering in Hong Kong, received about half of its revenue for the first six months of the year in its “Smart City” business.
Rival Megvii Technology Ltd., which changed its first city listing system for the first time in Shanghai, relies heavily on local government agreements, with 64% of its business coming from the same product company called “City IoT Solutions.
AI technology in the U.S. It has many other applications. The world is leading the way in machine learning, an AI branch that uses data and learning algorithms to improve accuracy. Most of the world\’s leading and widely accepted corporations are formed in the United States by companies such as Google Alphabet Inc.\’s, Microsoft Corp. and Facebook Inc., and the University of California, Berkeley. Advanced language analytics engines, used to understand, process and analyze written text, also come from the U.S. technology giants. – Microsoft, Google, Amazon.com Inc. and International Business Machines Corp.
These tools are used worldwide for voice recognition on smart speakers, to use conversational conversations in customer service, to improve translation and search results, or to detect fraud in the financial industry. U.S. companies are also leaders in business applications, where the recent rise in home-based employment has driven the demand for cloud technology and communication technology. It is also a global driver in automated operations, which is used to relocate employees to customer service points and services.
While this technology can be used, and is used in monitoring Western powers their true power lies in their commercial operations. America reaffirms its dominance by creating products that help clients around the world become more profitable or more efficient. In contrast, SenseTime and Megvii continue to lose money.
The advent of COVID-19, which has boosted sales of chains and business models, could be a pressure on China that needs to have more AI power that it hopes is. Startups such as Aubo Robotics Technology Co., which manufactures industrial arms, and UBTech Robotics Inc., a developer of humanoid-like robots, could be important to Beijing\’s national goals as vision leaders SenseTime and Megvii. The shortage of factory workers and services has prompted a major shift in the country\’s perception of artificial intelligence, notes Lee Kai-Fu, chairman of VC Sinovation Ventures and co-author of \”AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future.\”
\”The Chinese epidemic has really pushed the adoption of automation and robotics,\” Lee told Bloomberg\’s Businessweek Talks podcast last month.