African Artificial Intelligence towards USA?

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China or USA in relation with Africa? Who is doing better in what things and why?

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Chinese tech companies plan to steal American cloud firms’ thunder?

 the United States and China are now leading the charge on investment in artificial intelligence. For the US, leadership in this area comes from the private sector. In China, it comes from the state

In any case, we bet for China – Africa relations.

China and the United States are the big players and there are multiple issues to consider.  There is artificial intelligence, especially in the theater of war – does that programming follow Asimov’s three laws?  What country’s products will set the norm?  

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African entrepeneurs to China and USA

the key global issues for the year as: 1) China Rising; 2) Accidents; 3) The Tech Cold War; 4) Mexico’s Moment; 5) U.S.-Iran Relations; 6) Eroding Institutions; 7) Protectionism 2.0; 8) British Brawls; 9: Identity Politics in Southeastern Asia; and 10) Africa’s Security

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IT spending projected to total $3.7 trillion in 2018

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.7 trillion in 2018, an increase of 4.5 percent from 2017, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.

“Global IT spending growth began to turn around in 2017, with continued growth expected over the next few years. However, uncertainty looms as organisations consider the potential impacts of Brexit, currency fluctuations, and a possible global recession,” said John-David Lovelock, research vice president at Gartner. “Despite this uncertainty, businesses will continue to invest in IT as they anticipate revenue growth, but their spending patterns will shift. Projects in digital business, blockchain, Internet of Things, and progression from big data to algorithms to machine learning to artificial intelligence (AI) will continue to be main drivers of growth.”

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