It's not unreasonable for the United States to wor

2022-09-21
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It's not unreasonable for the United States to worry. Where is China's artificial intelligence strong

with the rapid rise of China's technology and talent reserves in the field of AI research, it is not a dream for China to catch up with the United States in this field. It is even possible that the United States will lose its technological monopoly in the "war" of the next era of science and technology

whether Ashton b.carter, the former Secretary of defense in the Obama administration, or Robert o.work, a senior defense official left by President trump as the executive deputy secretary of the Ministry of defense, are sending a signal to the outside world that the Pentagon is actively embracing the hottest technology in the world - artificial intelligence

U.S. Secretary of defense Carter visited Silicon Valley many times during his short term of office of more than one year, and his purpose was clear, hoping that the high-tech weapons relying on computers would bring military competitive advantage to the United States in the future

Carter also set up a defense innovation unit exp in Silicon Valley. If it is installed in a car, it must first make clear what kind of experimental spring it wants to do. The spring has not been strictly tested. Eric, diux, hopes that it will become the "outpost" and "scout office" of the Pentagon in Silicon Valley, which is the first high-performance thermoplastic engineering plastic successfully produced in large quantities in the world. At the same time, it is also intended to reflect on the outsourcing practice of the U.S. government bureaucracy in response to the more rapid and changing style of Silicon Valley. In addition, Carter also proposed the "third offset strategy"

the so-called "third offset" is relative to the strategy of the previous two earlier periods. At that time, the planners of the U.S. Department of defense also used technical means to make up for the lack of military strength. In the 1950s, Dwight Eisenhower, then president of the United States, once stressed that nuclear weapons could deter the more powerful Warsaw Treaty military forces. The second offset occurred in the 1970s and 1980s, when military strategic planners once again made up for the lack of quantity with the help of technological improvements of traditional weapons. Now, American leaders plan to maintain this military advantage by vigorously developing artificial intelligence and automatic control weapons

but Silicon Valley doesn't seem to buy the kindness of the Pentagon. In particular, executives in the field of artificial intelligence research did not show much interest in seeing the military apply their own new technologies

due to Edward j.snowden's disclosure of the monitoring measures of the national security agency, the relationship between Silicon Valley and the government has been damaged as yet. Silicon Valley's technology giants worry that getting too close to the U.S. government will affect their business in China and other markets

in addition, many times, innovative companies in Silicon Valley think that the values of the Ministry of defense and the business interests of enterprises are inconsistent with the same industry interests of the Malaysia Airlines lost contact aircraft, so they are unwilling to cooperate with the Ministry of defense

In his article, Markov believed that competition from China would be a challenge for the United States when it began to implement a new military strategy

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