National Security Commission on AI Pinpoints Chinese Threat by Debra Kaufman

National Security Commission on AI Pinpoints Chinese Threat

By Debra Kaufman

The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence identified China as the first to challenge U.S. technological dominance since the end of World War II. To counter this potential threat to the United States, the 15-member commission issued a 756-page report urging a $40 billion investment in artificial intelligence research and development to be “AI ready” by 2025. The report also called for the U.S. to stay two generations ahead of China in semiconductor manufacturing. To that end, it suggested a significant tax credit for chip makers. (more…)

 

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