The United States-based industrial manufacturers are slightly ahead of their Chinese counterparts in integrating the artificial intelligence capabilities into their day-to-day operations and manufacturing. Even though both countries have a near equal number of the installed basis of artificial intelligent enabled devices and models according to global technological market advisory form known as ABI research, both the countries are approaching and increasing the artificial intelligence Adoption in the industrial manufacturing. In China, manufacturers are still relying on abundant human resources and government tax. Whereas in US expensive United States labor force has given the public sector to enhance production efficiency and lower operational cost which is very much from team the major cloud service providers smart manufacturing platform vendors and date today is platform and service providers have the edge over in bringing the artificial intelligence industry to complete industrial manufacturing. Artificial intelligence is predominantly variously called overall efficiency enhancement and machine vision, which is done for inspection production and surveillance. The Chinese government has encouraged Civil and local government public Agencies and other Enterprises to adopt artificial intelligence in industrial manufacturing. On the other hand, the United States doesn’t need to give any ultimatum to its Enterprises because they already are having Artificial Intelligence and internet of things in abled hardware devices into their local shops for corporate offices. The United States will continue to dominate in industrial artificial intelligence in China; however, China is and always has been one of the most aggressive when it comes to implementation and large-scale deployment.