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US-China tech war: can Washington take a leaf out of Beijing’s plans on strategic technologies?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The White House has published a National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies as a road map to ensure that the United States protects its “technology advantage” across a wide range of fields, from artificial intelligence (AI) to quantum information, in the face of challenges from China and Russia.But analysts say the US strategy, which includes 11 pages of generalised statements, is more of a wish list from the Trump administration to maintain American advantages. And they say this…

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The White House has published a National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies as a road map to ensure that the United States protects its “technology advantage” across a wide range of fields, from artificial intelligence (AI) to quantum information, in the face of challenges from China and Russia.But analysts say the US strategy, which includes 11 pages of generalised statements, is more of a wish list from the Trump administration to maintain American advantages. And they say this…

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