China uses generative AI the most globally, poll states

China uses generative AI the most globally, poll states
China uses generative AI the most globally, poll states

Based on a recent poll, China is leading the world in generative AI deployment.

According to a recent survey, China is dominating the globe in the adoption of generative AI. This is the latest indication that the nation is making progress in the field, which attracted international attention following the debut of ChatGPT by U.S.-based OpenAI in late 2022. The technology that powers ChatGPT, generative AI, was reported to be used by 83% of Chinese respondents in a poll conducted among 1,600 decision-makers across several industries by Coleman Parkes Research and SAS, a U.S. AI and analytics software business.

This surpassed the adoption rate of GenAI by 65% of respondents in the United States and the other 16 countries and regions surveyed in the survey. It was 54% on a worldwide scale. The sectors that were polled included energy, manufacturing, retail, banking, insurance, and healthcare.

This was greater than the 16 other nations and areas that participated in the survey, such as the US, where 65% of respondents claimed to have implemented GenAI. 54% was the average worldwide. Banking, insurance, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, retail, and energy were among the industries questioned. The outcomes demonstrate China’s quick advancement in the field of generative AI. This impetus was created by the November 2022 release of ChatGPT by Microsoft-backed OpenAI, which prompted other Chinese businesses to release their own versions of the software.

China is leading the GenAI patent race, according to a report released by the World Intellectual Property Organization of the United Nations last week. China submitted more than 38,000 patents between 2014 and 2023, compared to 6,276 filed by the United States within the same time period. China has created a strong local market, with offerings from IT giants like ByteDance to startups like Zhipu, despite the fact that many of the world’s top worldwide generative AI service providers, including OpenAI, face restrictions in the nation.

China’s enterprise generative AI adoption is anticipated to pick up speed as a pricing battle drives down the cost of massive language model services for companies. Continuous automatic monitoring (CAM), which the SAS report referred to as “a controversial but widely deployed use case for generative AI tools,” was another area in which China was considered to be the global leader. According to Udo Sglavo, vice president of applied AI and modeling at SAS, “this technology can collect and analyze vast amounts of data on users’ activities, behavior, and communications, which can lead to privacy infringements because they are not aware of the extent of the data being collected or how it is used.”

Sglavo continued, “CAM frequently uses proprietary algorithms and opaque techniques.” This can make it difficult to hold the entities using CAM accountable for misuse or errors.” He continued, “China’s advancements in CAM contribute to its broader strategy of becoming a global leader in artificial intelligence and surveillance technologies.”

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