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The growth rate of patent application for artificial intelli
Reading: since 2005, the number of patent applications in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the world's major countries has exceeded 60 thousand. In particular, from 2010 to 2014, the number of patent applications increased by 7, and the major enterprises, schools and research institutions in the world have accelerated the pace of research and development.
Japanese economic news conducted a survey of AI related patent applications China, the United States, Europe, Japan and South Korea and other 10 major countries and regions, which can obtain accurate data in 2014, the number of AI related patent applications for 8205, compared with 4792 in 2010 increased 70%.
The Japanese Astamuse company carried out data statistics. Kawaguchi Nobuki, the Minister of technology and information, said: "the number of applications in 2015 and 2016 exceeded 2014, and the highest record was set."
According to different countries and regions, the number of AI related patent applications received by China Patent Office totaled 8410 units from 2010 to 2014, which is 2.9 times from 2005 to 2009 years (2934 pieces).
In terms of the total number of patents in China, although the number of patent applications is lower than that of the United States, the growth rate is far ahead. Hirai Naruko, Minister of new field / Integrated Technology Department (IT/ robot) of Japan's new energy / Industrial Technology Development Agency (NEDO), said, "China has made remarkable progress in hot areas such as deep learning. The patent application is not only in quantity, but also in quality. On the other hand, the patent applications received by the Japanese Patent Office in the same period have been reduced from 2134 to 2071.
According to media reports, earlier this year, statistics from market research institutes showed that the number of applications of artificial intelligence patents in the world ranked the top three in the United States, China and Japan, accounting for 73.85% of the world's total applications. The fourth German AI patent applications are only 27.8% of China.