The United States leads the world in Artificial Intelligence, with China second in the AI stakes race despite exerting significant efforts to close the gap and dominate the field, according to a new report.
Sydney is one of a number of artificial intelligence "experience zones" established across the Asia Pacific and Japan region by Dell EMC, in partnership with Intel, as part of a move to accelerate AI adoption across the region.
Australian organisations are embracing artificial intelligence with almost three quarters of businesses surveyed reporting a positive impact from AI.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.