China and Google were on opposite end of the spectrum when Google was forced out of China due to an issue regarding privacy of the Google users. In China, where everything on the internet is closely monitored by the Government, it was difficult for Google to function in such an environment.
Well, this gave the opportunity to local players who captured the market share on the internet.Google is our home for everything on the internet. It started as a search engine but today it is the biggest technology giant on the internet. Its name has become synonymous with the search which proves its presence on the internet.
Artificial intelligence is the latest technology which is set to define the direction of technological changes in the world. It is not a new concept, yet it has fueled the imagination of scientists and researchers since decades. They are a firm believer in the power of artificial intelligence. It encompasses the whole range of human intelligence which is utilized in creating such a technology. Google which is currently into pretty much everything that is available on the internet. Their product list is great which combines the latest technology with a unique experience.
AI Lab Of Asia
Recently, Google made headlines when its deep mind technology defeated the world champion at alpha go which is an ancient Chinese game.As the research and development have progressed rapidly in the AI and ML, Google has to rethink its strategy of further research and development in the AI. Currently, It has such AI labs in other parts of the world such as Germany and England but this AI lab is first for Asia.She emphasised the presence of Chinese researchers when she mentioned about the number of research papers published related to Al and ML.
The Chinese have already dig deeper into this latest technology, and Google wishes to leverage the Potential by setting up their first AI lab of Asia in China.China has become the breeding ground for the AI researchers and Google wishes to tap this potential. As evident from its investment in the AI research, when it bought a British startup named Deep Mind Technologies for 500 million $. Facebook was also in discussions with the company in 2013, but Google offered a much better deal.