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    Element AI announces 2019 Global AI Talent Report

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    The number of AI professionals increased by 66 per cent globally compared to last year and the number of peer-reviewed papers in the sector increased by 16 per cent, according to a report from Montreal-based Element AI. The United States had the most AI talent followed by the United Kingdom, Canada, France and Germany, according to data pulled from LinkedIn (The authors note that China was likely left out of the top five due to lower LinkedIn participation in the country.) Canada also had the fifth-highest number of authors who released peer-reviewed papers at the top 21 AI conferences held in 2018. The U.S. and China ranked first and second on peer-reviewed publications respectively. And, women authored just 18 per cent of the papers reviewed for the report. (The Logic)

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