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Over the past few years, it has become increasingly clear that artificial intelligence is the next major frontier for the technology sector. Many countries have identified this, and thus the race has already kicked off with many countries eying the global AI leader spot.

China and the US have already established themselves as significant powerhouses when it comes to technology, and the same applies to the AI sector. The two countries have invested and continue to invest heavily in AI. According to Quarts, China plans to invest roughly $7 billion into AI over the next ten or so years. The country’s government expects the AI industry to be worth around $150 billion by then. So far China has the most robust plan towards being a leader in the AI sector. (May 10, 2019, Rebecca Kerswell, Money News National)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being touted as the next big thing and already Canada is becoming a breeding ground with various Canadian AI tech stocks taking the lead. Most companies are either applying AI capabilities to enhance or developing AI solutions like machine learning and AI innovations become critical...
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