Mar 15, 2020
In episode 321, Gareth Nicholson and Sarah Dai from South China
Morning Post discuss the recently launched China AI Report 2020. In
the interview, Gareth and Sarah share the key themes and intended
audience for the report and offered their perspectives to how
artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved in China. We examine the
key drivers behind the growth of AI in China and how China is
solving the talent pipeline given it's an evolving technology and
what we should expect in the next few years.
Here are the interesting show notes and links to the
discussion (with time-stamps included):
senior news editor on the Technology desk and
senior reporter from South China Morning Post (SCMP)
you talk about your roles in SCMP and what do you do?
- China AI Report 2020 by
South China Morning
are the key themes for the report?
is the intended audience for the report?
key drivers are behind the growth of AI in China?
- If we
look at the Chinese market on AI, how do we size the
there any cultural differences between US and China in their
attitudes towards AI? Do they push how the AI technology has
evolved in China?
are the key verticals where AI are dominating in China?
are the AI startup unicorns in China which we need to
does China solve the talent pipeline for AI given that it is an
- Unlike the US, China has the hardware advantage
that accelerates AI computations. How do they augment the AI market
and how are they viewed by investors?
are your perspectives on the different verticals of AI in
- Autonomous Driving
do you think that the Chinese AI industry will evolve towards in
can our audience find the China AI Report 2020 by
South China Morning Post? (Do note that there is a 20% off till the
end of the month if you click on this link)
can our audience find you?
The show is hosted and produced by Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin) and
originally created by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin). Sound
credits for the intro music: Taro Iwashiro, "The Beginning" from
Red Cliff Soundtrack.