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China's AI Education Initiatives and What It Means for the US

China's AI Education Initiatives and What It Means for the US

Update: 2019-07-121
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Some say that the competitive dynamics between the US and China in terms of AI are overblown, but there's a lot of truth to them. The US has access to more of the base research, but China can orchestrate various organizations (corporations, government bodies) and secure government funding.

That said, very few people talk about K-12 education and what countries are doing to prepare their future workforce for AI. David Touretzky talks to us about just that. He is a research professor in the Computer Science Department and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University. He's heading up an initiative for K-12 education, and he discusses what countries should be doing to secure their positions and technological leadership in the 21st century.

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China's AI Education Initiatives and What It Means for the US

China's AI Education Initiatives and What It Means for the US