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  • UK AI tech workers are going Stateside for better pay
  • UK AI tech workers are going Stateside for better pay
    Franck V. (2018) ©
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UK AI tech workers are going Stateside for better pay

Some of the brightest British minds in computer science are being lured across the pond by the high salaries of American tech companies such as Google and Amazon. In response, the UK government is investing an additional £300 million in machine learning technologies to plug the brain drain.

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