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AI risks require China and U.S. to work together

Technology development without global guardrails could threaten human existence

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Tech leaders attend a generative AI meeting in San Francisco in June: U.S. and Chinese technology companies are training their systems using parallel data sets.   © Reuters

Brian Wong is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Hong Kong and is helping launch its new Master of Arts in AI, Ethics and Society program. George Chen is a managing director in Hong Kong for The Asia Group, a Washington-based business and policy consulting firm, and a visiting scholar at National Chengchi University in Taipei. He was previously head of greater China public policy for Meta.

Rapid technological advances in recent years have enabled artificial intelligence to engage in a wide range of activities previously deemed to be solely the prerogatives of mankind.

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