Sophia the Robot is seen on stage before a discussion by its developer, Hanson Robotics, about artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE technology conference in July this year. AI is dramatically accelerating the automation of factories and taking over routine tasks, such as customer service or telemarketing. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Lee Kai-fu
Opinion

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Lee Kai-fu

AI has far-reaching consequences for emerging markets

The US and China are predicted to capture about 70 per cent of the estimated US$15.7 trillion in wealth that AI will generate globally by 2030

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Sophia the Robot is seen on stage before a discussion by its developer, Hanson Robotics, about artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE technology conference in July this year. AI is dramatically accelerating the automation of factories and taking over routine tasks, such as customer service or telemarketing. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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