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On Mar 9, 2019
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RT @UrsBolt: #China knows #ArtificialIntelligence is rewriting #geopolitics, but the rest of the world looks unprepared. Power is being redefined by #data, leaving states and people unprepared for the global consequences of the #AI revolution. @SCMPNews: https://t.co/F0sEZJt7IJ #tech https://t.co/jgZdWHcXSU
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China plans to be a world leader in Artificial Intelligence by 2030

As power is re-defined by data, states are not prepared for the global consequences of the AI revolution, while individuals remain vulnerable to new techniques of control.

On Mar 9, 2019
@SpirosMargaris shared
RT @UrsBolt: #China knows #ArtificialIntelligence is rewriting #geopolitics, but the rest of the world looks unprepared. Power is being redefined by #data, leaving states and people unprepared for the global consequences of the #AI revolution. @SCMPNews: https://t.co/F0sEZJt7IJ #tech https://t.co/jgZdWHcXSU
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China plans to be a world leader in Artificial Intelligence by 2030

As power is re-defined by data, states are not prepared for the global consequences of the AI revolution, while individuals remain vulnerable to new techniques of control.

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