Is the “Data Tsunami” bigger in China?

The vast amounts of this era’s digitized data is commonly referred to as “data tsunami”, illustrating the magnitude of its size.

Early stage AI/ML startups do not usually have sufficient data to efficiently train their models, data multiplies per user and therefore the derived usability – non optimization. The ethical bottleneck western companies phase whilst collecting data does not exist in china. Its population and cultural accumulation introduce a relaxed mindset towards personal data furthermore its population vastly exceeds western populations.

I wonder, is China a better data-centric incubator than western countries?

Will western consumers care if models are trained in a different continent? Will they care if it’s “unethical” when compared to western ethics?

Will they know?

Will China win the game?

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