Artificial intelligence race: These are the countries developing top AI tools

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solo15 June 2023Last Update : 3 months ago
Artificial intelligence race: These are the countries developing top AI tools

More than 57% of the most popular AI devices are from the United States. But European countries are fast catching up.

According to a recent report that analyzed 45 of the top AI tools, more than half of the most popular artificial intelligence (AI) tools, including ChatGPT, Pictory and Genesis, have been developed in the United States.

Canada was the second most represented country, accounting for only 6.6% of AI devices analyzed in the report.

At the top of the game in Europe are France, Germany and the UK, which have a similar amount of tools (4.4 percent) on the AI ​​list, according to the report compiled by software business Tipalti.

He noted that the most prominent AI tools developed in Europe include and It’s Alive, which originated in France, UserLike developed in Germany, and EBI.AI and Flick created in the UK.

Other emerging players in the AI ​​game from Europe include Denmark with Zendesk and Poland, the birthplace of LiveChat. Both have offices in the United States.

There were also AI equipment listed from countries such as Japan, Hong Kong, Brazil and Pakistan.

european investment bank report2021 found that the EU invested only 7% in artificial intelligence and blockchain, while the US and China accounted for 80%. The European Commission has said it plans to invest €1 billion per year in AI.

At this year’s Vivatech, French President Emmanuel Macron will unveil a plan to support AI investment.

He will join Mistral AI, a French technology and AI start-up recently picked up €105 million in funding just four weeks after it was founded.

The company, which was founded by three former Meta and Google AI researchers, is one example of Europe’s ongoing efforts to market itself as a tech hub.

Which are the best AI tools?

The report ranks each AI tool based on a composite score that takes into account the number of Google searches, review scores, social media followers, and pricing.

The top 10 AI tools were mostly from the US, such as the popular ChatGPT, which rose to the top of the list,, and

The first non-US-based AI tool on the list was France’s which came in at number 10.

While Canada ranks second best after the US, none of its current AI tools have scored high enough to rank in the top 19.

Despite the investment gap, Brussels has recently focused on setting up rules to govern the use of AI that have the potential to become a global standard.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen made a speech to parliament, partly written by ChatGPT, highlighting the possibilities as well as the risks of AI and calling for a quicker and more focused effort to regulate the use of this emerging technology. evoked set.

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