Future of warfare: US, China race for AI dominance; Apple’s secret $275B deal with Chinese regime
Some suspect future wars will be defined by artificial intelligence. And that the first nation to harness AI will gain a decisive advantage on the battlefield for years to come. Right now, China is edging closer to gaining the upper hand.
So how far has China gotten in developing its AI? Why are they advancing so fast? What could losing the AI race with China really mean, for the U.S. and the free world? And what is the Chinese Communist Party’s ultimate goal?
Documents reveal an agreement deal between tech giant Apple and Beijing. The deal involved hundreds of billions of dollars, but what exactly did each side get out of it?
And the list of countries boycotting the Beijing Olympics grows. Taking the United States’ lead, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada have announced they won’t send officials to the Games.
00:54 Future of warfare: US, China race for AI dominance
09:25 Apple’s secret $275b deal with Chinese regime
12:39 More diplomatic boycotts of Beijing Olympics
13:47 A history of past Olympic boycotts