The United States dominates the world of Artificial Intelligence, although China and India have been closing the gap in the last years. Private organizations are the ones bringing out more records, with Microsoft, Google, and IBM on the lead.
If there is a technology trend that is in everybody’s mouths (and startup pitches) that would be Artificial Intelligence (AI). From job loss & government control controversies to Zuck vs. Musk beef, AI’s debate is hotter than ever.
Who’s making all these people talk?
Since 2010, there have been 124K records issued from 32K different organizations. On their own, those numbers don’t say much, but when compared with similar fields, we can see the “bigness” of AI.
Truth is there isn’t barely a tech company that doesn’t use AI algorithms. Hence, the high number of organizations and records in the subject.
Top Organizations innovating in Artificial Intelligence
Up to 60% of the organizations working in AI since 2010 are companies. Only one of the top 5 entities is a University, MIT, and only one of the top 10, Nanyang Technological University, isn’t based in the USA.
Top 10 Entities Working in Artificial Intelligence. Source: Linknovate.com
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Top 5 Artificial Intelligence Leaders
As they stated in their last Microsoft Build conference, Microsoft intends to infuse AI into every product and service they offer. Besides Azure, this includes Xbox, Windows, Bing, and Office; which explains the great growth they have been experiencing in 2017.
Countries Leading the Advancements in Artificial Intelligence
Clearly, the USA is the country with the biggest number of private companies, both corporations and SMEs, working in AI. However, China and India have been closing the gap during the last years, especially on the academic side (research centres and universities).
Top Artificial Intelligence Trends
Artificial Intelligence over Time
It seems AI interest reached its peak in 2015, while the number of records issued has been decreasing since then.
That’s because Universities and Research Institutes have been publishing less and less documents while private companies began dominating the field. AI’s curve looks like the hype cycle, an indicator of the market readiness.
When compared to PubMed‘s data, which takes only into account medical & healthcare scientifical documents, we can see that the hype cycle has moved back a year, which reinforces the decrease of academic activity interpretation.