This is the country with the largest number of AI talents in the world

 The US is the country with the most companies in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the world, but the US is not the global leader in the number of AI talents and industry-leading experts.

Artificial intelligence is the fastest growing technology field in recent years. Along with this technology trend is the emergence of a series of AI companies, many universities are also actively training students in AI fields to keep up with global trends...

According to a report by KPMG International and technology firm ZGC (China), by the end of June 2023, there were about 36,000 companies specializing in artificial intelligence in the world, of which 13,000 companies (approximately equivalent to 33.5%) are headquartered in the US and more than 5,700 companies (equivalent to 16%) are Chinese. Countries that rank behind in terms of number of companies in the AI field include the UK (2,367), India (2,080) and Canada (1,515).

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AI-integrated robot developed by American company Daisy (Photo: Getty).

If we count only successful AI companies and achieve a market capitalization of 1 billion USD or more, the whole world has 291 companies, of which 131 are American companies and 108 are Chinese companies, the remaining are companies from many different countries.

Although the US outperforms China in particular and the world in general in terms of the number of AI companies, however, the US is only the second country in the world in terms of training leading talents and experts in the field. WHO.

According to the latest research results of the MacroPolo project, China is the country that trains the largest number of personnel in the AI field in the world.

MacroPolo's research shows that China has trained nearly 50% of people working in the field of AI globally, while the US has only trained about 18%. This is considered a great leap for China, when 3 years ago, the US was still the world's leading country in the number of training AI researchers.

In addition, China also dominates the number of leading researchers in the field of AI, with about 38%, compared to 37% in the US. Three years ago, only about 27% of top AI researchers came from China, compared to 31% of US experts.

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China has invested heavily in AI training to surpass other countries in the number of personnel working in the field of AI (Photo: Nikkei).

The reason China has achieved such a leap is because the country has invested heavily in AI training and education in recent years. MacroPolo's research shows that since 2018, China has added more than 2,000 bachelor's training programs in AI, including 300 training programs only at the country's best universities.

In addition, the development of AI platforms in China has helped the country retain talent in the field of AI, instead of allowing "brain drain" when many leading AI experts move to work. work or research in the US or countries in Western Europe.

In addition, the Washington government's difficult immigration policy has also caused many Chinese-born AI experts to continue to stay in their home country, instead of moving to the US to work.

"Chinese scholars are almost at the forefront of AI. If US policymakers continue to try to ban Chinese citizens from studying and working in the US, they are "shooting themselves in the foot." "We will soon be far behind China in the AI race", said Subbarao Kambhampati, Professor and AI researcher at Arizona State University.

Despite the decline in AI training, the US remains the top destination for AI professionals globally. In addition to the US and China, many countries are also trying hard to find ways to attract AI experts to work and live, of which the UK and South Korea are the two most active countries with many policies to attract talent. WHO.

Similar to China, India is also the world's largest "exporter" of AI personnel, but in recent years, the Indian government has been looking for ways to retain the AI talent it trains.

According to MacroPolo, in 2019, nearly all AI researchers trained in India sought work opportunities abroad, but by 2023, 20% of AI workers stayed to work in their home country. after training.

MacroPolo's research shows that countries are making great efforts to retain AI experts and researchers, in the context of AI making great strides. The race to train and attract AI personnel promises to remain fierce between countries in the near future, when AI is considered the future of the global technology industry.

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