"Wall Street Journal": The United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence against it "Wall Street Journal": The United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence against it

"Wall Street Journal": The United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence against it

"Wall Street Journal": The United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence against it

"Wall Street Journal": The United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence against it

The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that the United States fears that China will use artificial intelligence to collect various types of data on American citizens on an unprecedented scale.
“The FBI believes that China could use artificial intelligence to collect and store data about Americans on a scale that was not possible before,” the newspaper reported.

The newspaper notes that this issue "has become so acute over the past year that the FBI director and the heads of Western intelligence agencies held a meeting with technology leaders last October."

According to the newspaper, the Chinese authorities, according to the assumptions of the American authorities, could also use the personal data collected, including to identify American spies, as well as to monitor officials in the American administration.



Russia is developing an advanced artificial intelligence algorithm

Scientists at the Russian "Tinkoff Research" laboratory announced that they have developed an artificial intelligence learning algorithm that outperforms its global counterparts in terms of speed and quality of performance.
A statement issued by Tinkoff, the company to which the laboratory is affiliated, said: “The new algorithm, called ReBRAC, trains artificial intelligence four times faster and 40% better than its counterparts. It can adapt to new data quickly, and requires fewer computing resources, and this reduces the technological and digital gap.” “Among countries, countries with limited computing resources will be able to develop advanced technologies and develop artificial intelligence according to specific needs, without spending a lot of money on expensive experiments.”

“ReBRAC solves the problems of additional training for artificial intelligence, which usually adapts slowly to new conditions and data,” the statement noted.

During the development of the algorithm, the experts relied on several matters that had not been subjected to detailed analysis before, namely the depth of neural networks, the use of layer normalization (LayerNorm), increasing the horizon of effective planning and methods of criticism in artificial intelligence, and by integrating these components, artificial intelligence algorithms become better performing.

The Russian Tinkoff Research Laboratory is involved in many areas of artificial intelligence development, such as the areas of language processing and the development of computer vision. It supervises the Tinkoff Laboratory at the Moscow University of Physical Sciences and Technology, which encourages the scientific work of Russian students.
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