Global Battle for AI Dominance: Using Intellectual Property to Determine Economic Impact

May 20, 2020 / By: Co-authors Michael Gale, Thomas Marlow, Dr. Manjeet Rege, and Dan Yarmoluk
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Co-authors Gale, Marlow, Rege and Yarmoluk reveal that "AI dominance can be defined by companies in a country making valuable AI technologies and monetizing them to drive national economic growth" and more in this six-page whitepaper on the Global Battle for AI Dominance. 


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become ubiquitous with a growing number of consumer gadgets being connected and “smart”, from smart watches, Alexa, Siri, Netflix and Amazon recommendation algorithms, industrial IoT applications and abbreviated answers to your email based on context. In an effort for companies ride this technology wave, they are rushing to transform themselves into “AI-first” organizations, pouring massive R&D time and dollars (or yuan/euros/pounds…) into this technology. You read the headlines almost daily -reports on how the United States and China are competing for supremacy in this field -a race to the top...but what does that mean, really?

Read more of the Global Battle for AI Dominance - Whitepaper.