Ayasdi: AI: The AI Arms Race

When we think of arms races, we are naturally drawn to the physical: missiles, satellites, fighter jets, submarines and aircraft carriers. While those assets are important for conventional warfare, there is an emerging technological arms race in artificial intelligence (AI) that will have profound implications for the balance of power in the 21st Century.

When it comes to AI, the arms race is a two-country competition, between the U.S. and China. Given the economic implications as well as

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