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For all its geopolitical complexity, AI competition boils down to a simple technical triad: data, algorithms, and computing power. If they maintain the advantage in computing power, the U.S. & its allies will be positioned to compete, @BuchananBen argues.
@MrKRudd considers the risk of armed conflict between the U.S. and China in the coming months and years:
“The current pandemic has distracted international observers from Hong Kong’s struggle and left many local residents fearful of crowds. Chinese authorities know it.”
Hong Kong’s status as an autonomous region that respected the rule of law and protected human rights helped make the city a capital of international finance, writes Michael C. Davis. This achievement is now at risk.