Pentagon’s ex-software chief said China has won AI battle

Global Quantum Race - Competition between U.S. and China

The Financial Timers revealed that the Pentagon’s former software chief, Nicolas Chaillan, announced China has won the AI battle with the United States. According to the latest news, the country is heading towards global dominance because of its technological progress.

Furthermore, western intelligence assessments reveal that within a decade, China will likely dominate many key emerging technologies. Such as artificial intelligence, synthetic biology, and genetics.

Pentagon’s ex-chief software officer, Nicolas Chaillan, resigned in protest against the sluggish pace of technological change in the U.S. military. He announced that the failure to respond was putting the U.S. at risk.

He added that they have no competing fighting chance against the Asian giant country in 15 to 20 years.

The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency, China, was set to dominate the future of the world. He added that the country is controlling everything from media narratives to geopolitics.

Chinese firms were making a massive investment in AI without regard to ethics

Chaillan criticized slow innovation, the reluctance of U.S. firms to work with the state on Artificial Intelligence, and extensive ethical debates over the technology. Among those companies was the well-known Google.

The search giant, Google, was not immediately available for comment outside business hours.

Chaillan also added that Chinese firms were required to work with their government. He also says that the companies were making a massive investment in AI without regard to ethics.

Additionally, he mentioned U.S. cyber defenses in some government departments as a kindergarten.

Chaillan reported his departure at the beginning of September, maintaining military officials were put in charge of cyber initiatives for which they lacked experience.

Significantly, a secretary of the U.S. Air Force, Frank Kendall, had a conversation with Chaillan about his recommendations for the department’s future software development following his departure. According to several sources, a spokesperson for the Department of the Air Force thanked him for his contributions.


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