Column: Are China, Russia winning the AI arms race?
Wednesday, 16 January 2019 In October, 31 Chinese teenagers reported to the Beijing Institute of Technology, one of the country’s premier military research establishments. Selected from more than 5000 applicants, Chinese authorities hope they will design a new generation of artificial intelligent weapons systems that could range from microscopic robots to computer worms, submarines, drones and tanks.
Russia will respond to any U.S. deployment of short or intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe by targeting not only the countries where they are stationed, but the United States itself, President..
According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, China rejected German Chancellor Angela Merkel's appeal to join a Cold War-era arms control treaty the the United States has accused Russia of breaking,..
Russian President Vladimir Putin is in a tight spot. It is certain Putin cannot afford to engage in an expensive nuclear arms race with the US when his ratings are so low and state funds are needed to..