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China’s AI Gambit: Old Tricks for a New Game

China’s AI Gambit: Old Tricks for a New Game

By Shaoyu Yuan
Rather than pushing the boundaries of innovation, Beijing seeks to mold existing AI technologies to fit its own socio-political objectives.

Striking a Balance: China’s AI Ambitions and the Quest for Safety

Striking a Balance: China’s AI Ambitions and the Quest for Safety

By Nick Corvino and Nico Han
Can China’s push for rapid AI development be reconciled with rising calls for safety guardrails?
AI and Elections: Lessons From South Korea

AI and Elections: Lessons From South Korea

By Seungmin (Helen) Lee
The country was able to limit the impact of AI-generated deepfakes during its recent National Assembly elections. What can other countries learn from its experience?

Microsoft CEO Announces AI Investments in Indonesia, Thailand

Microsoft CEO Announces AI Investments in Indonesia, Thailand

By Sebastian Strangio
Satya Nadella has pledged to expand the infrastructure needed to support the firm's AI services in the fast-growing region.

Japan’s AI Diplomacy

Japan’s AI Diplomacy

By Daisuke Akimoto
In order to take a global leadership role in AI regulations and innovation, the Kishida administration must formulate its own legal framework at home. 

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Singapore’s Foreign Workforce

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Singapore’s Foreign Workforce

By Tappy Lung
Without careful regulations, AI will widen the already significant divide between Singaporean workers and the country's large population of migrant laborers.

Apple-Baidu Partnership Risks Accelerating China’s Influence Over the Future of Generative AI

Apple-Baidu Partnership Risks Accelerating China’s Influence Over the Future of Generative AI

By Michael Caster
Such partnerships risk further normalizing Beijing’s authoritarian model of digital governance and accelerating China’s efforts to standardize its AI policies and technologies globally. 
AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China has criticized the latest round of new rules by saying that it will “disrupt the international semiconductor market as well as cooperation among enterprises.” 

The 2024 China-US AI Dialogue Should Start With an Eye on Chem-Bio Weapons

The 2024 China-US AI Dialogue Should Start With an Eye on Chem-Bio Weapons

By David Heslop  and Joel Keep
Washington and Beijing should focus their forthcoming AI dialogue on platforms that neither want to see in the hands of terrorist groups: those that can aid in the construction of biological and chemical weapons.

To Prevent an AI Apocalypse, the World Needs to Work With China

To Prevent an AI Apocalypse, the World Needs to Work With China

By Jason Zhou, Kwan Yee Ng , and Brian Tse
China has the desire, foundation, and expertise to work with the global society on mitigating catastrophic risks from advanced AI.

Zypl.ai: Spearheading AI-Driven Financial Innovation and Regional Integration in Central Asia

Zypl.ai: Spearheading AI-Driven Financial Innovation and Regional Integration in Central Asia

By Khiradmand Sheraliev
The potential for AI to bring about closer regional integration lies in its ability to address some of the traditional barriers to economic cooperation.
China and Global Governance of AI

China and Global Governance of AI

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jeff Alstott.

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