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Beijing’s hopes for AI dominance may rest on how many US-educated Chinese want to return home

South China Morning Post

December 6, 2019

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.

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