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    https://dailycaller.com/2019/11/19/c...bi-nih-energy/

    Quote Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds

    Foreign-born researchers working for U.S. agencies were secretly on China’s payroll, signing side agreements to send sensitive research to that country as part of a recruitment operation called the Thousand Talents Plan, a Senate report found.

    10,000 Chinese nationals in 2018 conducted research in the Department of Energy’s National Labs, and one even had colleagues write him letters of recommendation to the Communist Party-run recruitment program, the bipartisan report stated.

    Agencies like NIH do not even track attempted foreign influence, the Department of State denies only 5% of suspicious visas, and the FBI shut down a key program, according to the report.



    China’s Thousand Talents Plan (TTP) aims to get foreign governments to finance the communist power’s military and economy by buying off researchers who are doing work abroad. The experts apply to the program, and if approved by the Communist Party, they join China’s payroll and sign secret side agreements that the experts will share their research with that country, according to the investigation.

    Some of the information captured by TTP had significant military value. For example, in 2016, Dr. Long Yu, a Chinese citizen and U.S. permanent resident working for a U.S. defense contractor, applied for Chinese talent plans and was arrested for attempting to give hundreds of gigabytes to China, including design info on military jet engines, according to the investigation.

    “China wins twice. First, the American taxpayer funds China’s research and development. Second, China uses that research to improve its economic and military status,” Sen. Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican who chairs the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, said in a statement.

    Sen. Tom Carper, a Delaware Democrat whose staff co-wrote the report, said “there are serious consequences that come from giving a foreign government so much control over the vital research we rely on to drive our country’s economic competitiveness and bolster our national defense.”

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    [quote]: "We know about the “Belt and Road Initiative,” a strategic undertaking to place huge segments of the world under China’s influence or outright control. We know about “Made in China 2025,” a strategy designed to dominate key technology sectors — from Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing to Hyper-sonic Missiles and 5G (Total Smart Surveillance Grid). [unquote].

    Source: China "Thousand Talents Plan"

    Google this (mark copy paste): "Thousand Talents Plan" 5G site:.gov

    Look at the dates of all search results, what do you notice?

    [quote1]:

    "The advent of AI in military affairs, including synergies with other game-changing technologies on the future battlefield, from 5G to biotech to quantum, may disrupt the balance of power in ways that risk jeopardizing strategic stability and undermining deterrence in the U.S.-China relationship".

    [unquote1].


    [quote2]: The realization of intelligentization will also involve and require a number of supporting and interrelated technologies. For instance, cloud computing is recognized as important to realizing intelligentization, including to improve the management of military data. The recent advances in AI chips and the requisite hardware can enable improved analytic and processing capabilities ‘at the edge.’ In practice, such future warfare could involve a range of intelligentized weaponry, enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT), and leveraging networked information systems that are integrated across all domains.

    Some military scientists have emphasized that 5G will be vital to enabling the process of intelligentization, since such increases in connectivity can allow for improvements in data sharing, new mechanisms for command and control, and enhanced systems to fulfill future operational requirements.

    In particular, 5G is anticipated to allow for machine-to-machine communication among sensors, drones, or even swarms on the battlefield, as well as improvements in human-machine interaction. As China looks to construct a more integrated information architecture, 5G could become critical to this new ‘system of systems.’

    Ultimately, it is not AI alone but the synergies of AI as a force multiplier for a range of weapons systems and technologies, also including directed energy, biotechnology, and perhaps even quantum computing, that could prove truly transformative. [unquote2].

    Source above 2 quotes: https://www.uscc.gov/sites/default/f...Transcript.pdf

    "A.I., 5G, and the Race for Tech Supremacy" - Elsa Kania

    Elsa Kania discusses the potential and concerns of cutting-edge technologies that are underpinning the competition between the U.S. and China, especially in the race towards supremacy in AI and 5G - and describes what healthy U.S.-China competition can look like going forward.

    https://podcasts.apple.com/co/podcas...a/id1101062870 (To me she sounds like a A.I. Robot).
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