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Biden Willingly Agrees To Handicap U.S. Technology To The Benefit of China

Biden is meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in San Francisco.

Here, it is expected that Biden will agree to a deal that will limit the use of AI in nuclear weapons for both China and the United States.

The problem arises when you figure out that the United States is at the forefront of AI technology, whereas China is severely lacking.

Biden is taking away America’s massive advantage over China by signing this deal.

Fox News shares more:

Phil Siegel, the founder of the Center for Advanced Preparedness and Threat Response Simulation (CAPTRS), told Fox News Digital that such an agreement is “necessary,” though he argued that other major powers such as Russia should be involved in the pact as well.”I predict they will make a deal on AI-driven autonomous weapons on the battlefield should only be for reconnaissance and not fighting; otherwise, the world will become a very dangerous place,” Siegel said. “I think there is more to come, and it is necessary to keep us from devolving to continual war.”

“This is an incredibly poor decision,” Alexander told Fox News Digital. “To begin with, China lags behind the U.S. in AI capabilities; so the Biden administration just ceded a strategic advantage. Additionally, AI helps reduce stress to improve decision-making, which is crucial in preventing a poor decision to release nuclear weapons.”

Both China and the U.S. have raced to integrate the use of AI into the military as the technology continues to rapidly advance, paving the way for applications that would be useful in combat. But both countries have also seemingly realized the danger in allowing AI’s unfettered use, with the two sides both being party to an agreement earlier this year that endorsed the responsible use of AI in the military.

AI is a technology that is rapidly evolving, and it’s foolish for Biden to dismiss our advantage over China.

China is our greatest rival right now.

They continue to spy on us, steal our technology, and reap the benefits of expensive R&D.

NBC News has more on the story:

 After he arrived in San Francisco Tuesday, Biden attended an evening fundraising event in which he said: “President Xi is another example of how re-establishing American leadership in the world is taking hold. They’ve got real problems, folks.”

No major breakthroughs were anticipated in advance of the summit. But the two leaders are expected to agree on steps to curb the flow of fentanyl from China to the U.S. and revive military communication channels that China closed in response to then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan last year.

The Chinese claim Taiwan, a self-ruling democracy, as its own, and they viewed Pelosi’s trip as a provocation warranting a reprisal against the U.S.

“One of the key objectives that President Biden has is the resumption of military-to-military contact,” the senior official  said. “So, we want to see operational dialogues, we want to see policy dialogues at the highest level and we want to see the commanders have a dialogue about operations in the Indo-Pacific.”

Another of Biden’s aims may prove tougher to realize. Biden would like to see China use its influence with Iran to prevent the Israel-Hamas war from widening. He is likely to press Xi to call on Iran to stay clear of the war and keep its proxies in Middle East from attacking Israel.

President Trump made the right move of putting heavy tariffs on China to promote economic growth within the United States.

We need to stop relying on China to manufacture all of our goods.

Doing so continues to strengthen China, and it is clear that they do NOT see us as an ally.


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