BEIJING — Robin Li Yanhong, CEO of Chinese internet search giant Baidu, has entered the Global Top 10 AI Figures list, ranking third just behind Apple CEO Tim Cook and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, according to the Chinese edition of the Harvard Business Review.
Robin Li is at the forefront, as well as the architect of China’s artificial intelligence industry, the report read. He built the first self-driving open platform in the world, promoting the development of the smart driving sector in China and globally.
Here are the top 10 artificial intelligence figures in the world.
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