The future advancement of technology looks like something out of a sci-fi film.
But that’s not even the scariest part.
And one artificial intelligence expert just blew the whistle on the terrifying reality of America’s AI race against Communist China.
Technology keeps advancing thanks to the U.S.
It wasn’t long ago that human’s main mode of transportation was on the back of a horse.
At the time, the idea that people could build 500 horsepower vehicles, or fly in the sky, was nothing but science fiction.
Now, it seems as though science fiction is becoming reality – and some of it is downright terrifying.
To make matters worse, the United States is no longer leading the charge on modern technological advancements.
Throughout the history of the United States, the nation has always been on the cutting edge, leading the charge on innovation globally.
Just in the past hundred years, America has led the charge on achieving flight, developing energy sources, building the internet, and so much more.
Even technological advances like smartphones were first seen in the United States.
How did it happen so fast? pic.twitter.com/eHjhuU6k0Z
— Shannen Michaela (@ShannenPill) July 18, 2023
But when it comes to the latest technological advancements and innovation, the United States is falling far behind many countries, but especially Communist China.
And if this new technology falls into the wrong hands, it will be devastating for the United States.
America can’t lose the AI race
For those who have been paying attention, the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) over just the past few months is downright scary.
Artificial intelligence has been an area many of the world’s top minds have been focused on for nearly 80 years, but for the overwhelming majority of that time, it simply didn’t work.
It was only this past December when neural network advancements made with ChatGPT and others actually started working – and in reality, even most experts admit they don’t really know what changed to make AI a reality literally overnight.
While that’s certainly spooky, the opportunities are endless with AI – both good and bad.
AI has already made major contributions to medical research, and has proven to be an effective productivity enhancer for many humans’ occupations.
But should AI continue to develop, it could also soon begin to displace many human workers.
In fact, Goldman Sachs estimates that AI could eliminate as many as 300,000,000 jobs worldwide, including 28% of all jobs in the United States.
If that isn’t bad enough, Communist China is lightyears ahead of the United States in implementing AI into the military – what could possibly go wrong?
According to Alexandr Wang, one of the leading experts on AI technology in the United States, AI is Communist China’s equivalent of NASA’s Apollo Program.
Wang has taken tours of labs and technology centers in China over the past few years, and he claims the Communist nation is years ahead of the United States in implementing AI.
“The country that is able to most rapidly and effectively integrate new technology into warfighting wins,” Wang told the House Armed Services Committee. “If we don’t win on AI, we risk ceding global influence, technology leadership and democracy to strategic adversaries like China.”
“The Chinese Communist Party deeply understands the potential for AI to disrupt warfare and is investing to heavily capitalize on the opportunity,” he continued.
Here is my oral testimony for the US House of Representatives Armed Services Committee.
AI is China’s Apollo Project, and we must do everything to ensure the US comes out on top. 🇺🇸
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— Alexandr Wang (@alexandr_wang) July 18, 2023
The United States can’t afford to lose the AI battle on any front.
Doing so could lead to devastating consequences economically, and catastrophic consequences militarily.
America’s military is already a laughing stock to the nation’s enemies as the ruling class elites have sought to inject woke extremism into the U.S. war machine.
Hopefully, the American people can elect competent leadership again before it’s too late.