Russia and China both have been enjoying a free hand for the application of AI technology, unburdened by privacy concerns, civil rights or any other degrees of presumed acceptability. China has built an excellent reputation for developing AI through a great number of well-equipped and trained computer engineers that are responsible for programming machines that are utilizing an unrivalled amount of data that is produced by 1.4 billion citizens of the country. And Russia does not hesitate while deploying Artificial Intelligence in any number of war instruments, also including hypersonic weapons.
Unlike Russia and China, the U.S. looks at Artificial Intelligence as a tool for national security, that can be used on battlefields or to prevent terrorist attacks. Researchers in the U.S. have trained some deep-learning algorithms for the identification of Chinese sites for surface-to-air missiles by hundreds of times quicker than their human counterparts.
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