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Who Is Winning the AI Race?

China and the United States dominate the world of artificial-intelligence research. Microsoft, IBM, and Google are the leading companies.
June 27, 2017

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Editor’s note: The data in the chart on deep learning research was gathered by performing a search of the Web of Science by company, using the keyword “deep learning”. This may not fully reflect all of the artificial intelligence research generated by each organization, as not every paper in the field necessarily mentions the term “deep learning.”

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