时间：2018-06-26 13:33:54 Source : Xinliang News Time: 2018-06-26 13:33:54
Original title: Japanese media: Sino-US AI talent battle is intensifying
Reference News Network reported on June 26 that Japanese media said that the battle for artificial intelligence (AI) experts worldwide has intensified, including areas such as driverless cars, consumer data analysis, speech recognition and face recognition systems.
According to the Japan Economic News on June 24, with the development of economic digitalization, many business occasions need technical personnel proficient in artificial intelligence. Surveys also show that the artificial intelligence talent gap is 700,000. Chinese and American companies fighting for technology hegemony in the 21st century are doing their utmost to compete for talent. Can Japanese companies that are still pursuing seniority rank to keep up?
It is reported that the "universal language" of the artificial intelligence conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in February this year seems to be Chinese. Chinese Internet companies such as Alibaba Group and Tencent have actively recruited talents, and students with professional knowledge have also come here to find jobs that can exert their capabilities.
The Global White Paper on Artificial Intelligence Talents issued by a research institute owned by Tencent states that companies around the world need about 1 million artificial intelligence talents. Only 300,000 professionals are actually active. There are about 370 educational institutions around the world with relevant research capabilities, and 20,000 talents can be cultivated each year. To fill a serious talent gap, companies have gone abroad to search for talents worldwide.
Google Inc. of the United States previously opened an "Artificial Intelligence China Center" in Beijing, which seeks to recruit technicians who can bring new ideas. The goal is to collect outstanding students who can lead innovation in China.