Visitors experience facial recognition technology at Face++ booth during the China Public Security Expo in Shenzhen on October 30, 2017. China’s demand for AI professionals may surge to 5 million in a few years, according to a government official. Photo: Reuters

World’s most populous country lacks the one thing it needs to become an AI powerhouse: enough talented people

China faces a severe talent shortage in its quest to become a global powerhouse in artificial intelligence by 2030

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Visitors experience facial recognition technology at Face++ booth during the China Public Security Expo in Shenzhen on October 30, 2017. China’s demand for AI professionals may surge to 5 million in a few years, according to a government official. Photo: Reuters
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