Bhaskar Chakravorti, Ravi Shankar Chaturvedi, and Ajay Bhalla in HBR – “Which Countries Are Leading the Data Economy?”

Which Countries Are Leading the Data Economy?

Which countries are the top data producers? After all, with data-fueled applications of artificial intelligence projected, by McKinsey, to generate $13 trillion in new global economic activity by 2030, this could determine the next world order, much like the role that oil production has played in creating economic power players in the preceding century.

While China and the U.S. could emerge as two AI superpowers, data sources can’t be limited to concentrations in a few places as we have with an oil-driven economy — it needs to be drawn from many, diverse sources and future AI applications will emerge from new and unexpected players. The new world order taking shape is likely to be more complex than a simple bi-polar structure, especially since data is being produced at a pace that boggles the mind.

Read the full piece from Dean Chakravorti, Ravi Chaturvedi, and Ajay Bhalla in Harvard Business Review

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