It is a statement that has been broadcasted and heard around the world: China intends to be the global leader of artificial intelligence by 2030. The country is putting its money where its mouth is, officials and analysts say, and making investments in AI that could threaten the United States and erode Washington’s advantages in the technology. […]
Husanjot Chahal, an analyst at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology, said Chinese Communist Party leaders see the development of AI as a rare opportunity for China to surpass the United States.
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