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Post time 2019-7-14 16:03:05 |Display all floors
China's booming AI industry is luring more and more leading Chinese scientists back home. Most of China's big tech companies' chief AI scientists are the top scholars who used to work in the U.S. and Canada,

Zhang Zhengyou, a top computer vision scientist, came back to China to lead Tencent's Robotics X project and its AI lab nearly a year ago. He said that in America, AI research is calmer and steadier. "In China, some people are hasty. The rankings of competitions and the numbers of journals are much more important in measuring their achievements."

Du Zide, general-secretary of the China Computer Federation, even openly said that there are some bubbles in China's AI industry in his opening speech at the summit.

However, someone holds a different opinion. Wu Haifeng, associate professor at the Shenzhen branch of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said: "Bubble is a good thing in some circumstances. All new technology is money-burning, so if there is no capital-driven investment, there will be no future for AI development."

What do you think about China's AI industry? Is China's AI industry overheated?

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Post time 2019-7-15 04:50:31 |Display all floors
Burn lots more money in China's AI industry. A very sound strategy, akin to what they do in many temples.

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Post time 2019-7-16 13:49:45 |Display all floors
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Burn lots more money in China's AI industry. A very sound strategy, akin to what they do in many tem ...

The dot-com bubbles were burst in the Silicon Valley in the early 2000s, where a large number of tech startups went bellyup after burning through humongous amounts of funds. Today, the Silicon Valley still stands on its feet ...
Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2019-7-20 01:14:32 |Display all floors
This post was edited by darvei at 2019-7-30 23:50

yes, a little bit, that burns up the price of houses.

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