For those Chinese with long-term plans to stay in the US, a major obstacle lies in getting work visas, especially in the current trade war environment. Illustration: Perry Tse

Beijing’s hopes for AI dominance may rest on how many US-educated Chinese want to return home

  • This is the third instalment in a four-part series examining the brewing US-China tech war over the development and deployment of artificial intelligence tech
  • The US is home to five of the world’s top 10 universities in the AI field, which includes computer vision and machine learning, while China has three
Topic |   US-China tech war

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For those Chinese with long-term plans to stay in the US, a major obstacle lies in getting work visas, especially in the current trade war environment. Illustration: Perry Tse
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Tracy Qu

Tracy Qu

Tracy Qu is a Hong-Kong based technology reporter at the Post. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a master’s degree in journalism.

Coco Feng

Coco Feng

Coco Feng is a Beijing-based technology reporter at the Post. Previously, she worked for the BBC and Caixin Global in the capital city, covering health care, consumers and entertainment.