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AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order by Kai-Fu Lee - Book Review


Summary

One of the world's most esteemed experts on A.I. and China, Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, reveals that China has unexpectedly caught up with the U.S. at a rapid and unpredictable pace.

In A.I. Great powers, Kai-fu Lee strongly argues that drastic changes would happen much earlier than all of us predicted because of these extraordinary advances in A.I. Indeed, as the rivalry between the U.S. and Sino A.I. starts to heat up, Lee urges the U.S. and China to both accept and accept the great duties that come with significant technological strength. A.I. would have a devastating effect on the blue-collar, Many experts already think so. Oh. Work. But Lee predicts that there will also be a severe effect on white-collar employment from Chinese and American A.I. Is the alternative universal basic income? Possibly not in Lee's view. But it offers a simple overview of which jobs will be impacted and how soon, which jobs can be changed with A.I., and most significantly, how we can handle this one of the most drastic changes in human history that are coming soon.

Commentary

Remember working extensively between the U.S. and China, Dr. Kai-Fu Lee has a unique viewpoint on the global technology sector and has been involved in artificial intelligence research, growth, and investment for more than 30 years. He is one of China's top technology investors, partnering with many U.S. technology giants and pursuing early pioneering work in the artificial intelligence sector.

Lee created Microsoft Research China in artificial intelligence, which was listed by MIT Technology Review as the coolest research facility. Later renamed Microsoft Research Asia; this institute educated the vast majority of China's A.I. leaders, including CTOs or A.I. heads at Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba, Lenovo, Huawei, and Haier. However, Lee directed A.I. projects in speech and natural language with Apple. It showed on ABC Television on Meet The Press even on The Wall Street Journal's front section. He has authored 10 U.S. patents and more than 100 articles for newspapers and conferences.

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