Despite fears in the West, China’s alleged AI prowess is mostly limited to computer vision, useful for domestic control of citizens, while the US is far broader (Tim Culpan/Bloomberg)

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Tim Culpan / Bloomberg:

Despite fears in the West, China’s alleged AI prowess is mostly limited to computer vision, useful for domestic control of citizens, while the US is far broader  —  The nation excels in computer vision and facial recognition, but practical applications are limited to surveillance.

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