On March 12th, the Korean media Caijing Today published an article saying that some analysts said that South Korea’s AI (artificial intelligence) competitiveness ranked seventh in the world. The United States ranks first in the world.
According to the "The Global AI Index" of British data analysis media Tortoise Intelligence, the AI competitiveness of the United States ranks first. The analysis target is 62 countries.
The scores of the United States are: 86.19 for implementation, 100 for innovation and 88.69 for investment. Totus Intelligence converted the scores of various fields in the United States into a comprehensive score of 100, and scored other countries as a standard.
In second place is China. China scored 69.36 points for implementation, 75.69 points for innovation and 69.44 points for investment, with a comprehensive score of 62.92 points. Ranked third to sixth are Britain (40.93 points), Canada (40.19 points), Israel (38.89 points) and Singapore (38.67 points).
South Korea ranked seventh (38.6 points). The scores of each field are: 56.21 points for implementation, 51.95 points for innovation and 46.45 points for investment. In terms of specific projects, South Korea scored high in government strategy (87.5 points) and infrastructure (85.2 points). However, it ranks lower in commercial projects (5.4 points) and talents (14.5 points).
Ranked 8th to 10th are the Netherlands (36.35 points), Germany (36.04 points) and France (34.42 points). In addition, Japan and India ranked 16th (30.53 points) and 17th (30.36 points) respectively.