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2021-02-04 2 ENGLISH REPORTS
This section updates three of the eight indicators we used to measure the amount and availability of data in China, the European Union, and the United States. These metrics are the number of fixed broadband subscriptions, the number of mobile payment users, and the availability of health data. When necessary, we used a combination of quantitative and qualitative analysis to rank the regions first, second, and third. We allotted this category 25 of 100 possible points. On an absolute basis, China leads (11.6 points) the United States (8.0) and the European Union (5.3). Controlling for workforce sizes, the United States leads (11.0 points) China (7.9) and the European Union (6.1). Fixed Broadband Subscriptions (2019) Internet users generate data when they browse the web, post on social media, or use Internet-connected devices such as smart speakers.
This data can help with the development of AI that improves systems such as those that understand human language, make predictions about the spread of disease, or analyze biometric data. This indicator tracks the number of broadband subscriptions in each region. In 2019, China (449.3 million subscriptions) led the European Union (184.5 million) and the United States (114.1 million). The European Union accounted for 157.9 million subscriptions without the United Kingdom.103 Per 100 people, the European Union (35.1 subscriptions) led the United States (34.7) and China (31.3). Without the United Kingdom, the European Union had 34.4 fixed broadband subscriptions per capita.
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