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“I see that in China, there is really a slight advantage in developing AI. Because we usually have a customer need,” says Xu.

SenseTime claims to have a training database of over 2 billion images—many publicly available training databases top out at 10 million images. According to Xu, at least some of this data comes from various government agencies, which provide it to SenseTime to help the company train its algorithms.

But abroad, SenseTime will be operating without the state support it has enjoyed domestically, and with a lot more public scrutiny about privacy and surveillance. In China, SenseTime can count on governments buying its software and giving it access to data; elsewhere, new markets might require new tactics.
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British band Years & Years are the latest artist to experiment with artificial-intelligence (AI) creative technology. Luke Ferrar, head of digital at Polydor Records in the UK, talked at our Sandbox Summit conference in New York about how the band used AI to create mood-based remixes of tracks from their upcoming second album. “AI is a buzz term but we need to get our heads around its relevance to the industry,” said Ferrar, before noting that the nomenclature is still open for debate here. “AI is an unproven concept, so machine learning is probably a more accurate terms.”
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