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Biden Hammered Over AI in War Machines

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Experts are cautioning against Joe Biden’s recent agreement with China, particularly in the area of artificial intelligence (AI) for military use.

The Biden family’s past dealings with Chinese organizations, including those linked to the Chinese Communist Party, have also raised concerns.

The proposed AI agreement itself has drawn criticism, with some experts warning that it could undermine America’s strategic advantage. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)

“This is an incredibly poor decision,” chief analytics officer of Pioneer Development Group Christopher Alexander stated.

“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.”

“It is foolish to believe China will honor any agreement limiting the use of AI in nuclear weapons,” The Federalist’s Samuel Mangold-Lenett stated.

“Look at the Paris Climate Agreement: despite agreeing to reduce carbon emissions, China continued to be one of the world’s worst polluters. It similarly has no regard for human rights or intellectual property.”

Additionally, there are doubts surrounding China’s willingness to honor such an agreement, given its track record in other international agreements.

“Three anti-American and anti-democratic powers are now working together to confront, attack, and undermine American and Allied interests in multiple parts of the world,” said Atlas Group CEO Jonathan Ward.

“The wars in Europe and the Middle East now signify that two of the three authoritarian states in this axis are at war or in a state of proxy war, and both of those states – Russia and Iran – are backed by China,” he added.

The deal comes amid ongoing tensions between the U.S. and China, with concerns about China’s alliances with Russia and Iran, potentially posing challenges to American and allied interests.

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