China is likely to try to steal intellectual property about artificial intelligence (AI), a U.S. ambassador said Wednesday (June 21).
Nathaniel Fick, ambassador at large for cyberspace and digital policy, said at a Hudson Institute forum that China built wireless networks and become globally competitive by way of cybertheft, and the country aims to do the same in AI, cloud computing and other strategic technologies, Bloomberg reported Wednesday (June 21).
To counter these efforts, Fick said the United States should collaborate with other countries to protect intellectual property, according to the report.
Forming such an alliance would be aided by the fact that countries no longer want to rely on untrusted networks for technologies that have implications for their national security and economy, Fick said, per the report.
“It feels like the wind is shifting a little bit,” Fick said in the report.
This news comes at a time when technological advancements, partnerships and new uses cases having to do with AI are being reported on an almost daily basis.
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