The US National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) has released its final report on the current state of AI development in the US and the threats posed by China’s rapidly developing AI capabilities. As the 750-page report notes, “China possesses the might, talent, and ambition to surpass the United States as the world’s leader in AI in the next decade if current trends do not change.” Artificial Intelligence What is AI? Everything you need to know about Artificial Intelligence This is an AI, what’s your emergency? The best telepresence robots to buy AI will take away lots of jobs. And we are nowhere near ready to replace them Shedding light on the ‘black box’ of AI warfare (ZDNet YouTube) Artificial intelligence: Cheat sheet (TechRepublic) It argues that the AI race is about competing values. “China’s domestic use of AI is a chilling precedent for anyone around the world who cherishes individual liberty. Its employment of AI as a tool of repression and surveillance – at home and, increasingly, abroad – is a powerful counterpoint to how we believe AI should be used,” the report warns. SEE: Managing AI and ML in the enterprise: Tech leaders increase project development and… Read full this story
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