With the U.S.-China trade war leading to tighter scrutiny of Chinese nationals working in the U.S. tech industry, some American-educated Chinese tech workers are moving back to China. CSET’s Remco Zwetsloot argues that many researchers remain hesitant to return to China. Read the full article in South China Morning Post.
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Beijing’s hopes for AI dominance may rest on how many US-educated Chinese want to return home
While China enjoys a number of great universities and companies, especially in certain AI subfields, “many people remain hesitant to move to China due to the political environment, quality of life concerns & workplace issues,” says Remco Zwetsloot.See original article
China’s reliance on US-origin platforms for deep learning raises questions about country’s AI pushNovember 2019
“China clearly wants to lead the world when it comes to AI,” says CSET’s Helen Toner. “It’s hard to imagine China being seen as a world leader if the open-source frameworks are so US-dominated.”
Welcome to the New Phase of US-China Tech CompetitionSeptember 2019
Lorand Laskai, Visiting Researcher at CSET, and co-author Ashley Feng of the Center for a New American Security explore how U.S.-China economic and technological decoupling are taking place in a number of ways.
See our translation of a Ministry of Education plan issued in April 2018. The plan lays out objectives designed to significantly enhance China’s cadre of AI talent and its university AI curricula by 2030.