Reports

XIX China Analysis Group Meeting

  • Asia
  • 03 september 2020

Artificial Intelligence, Technological Warfare and Changes in the World Order: China, USA and Brazil

China is consolidating its leadership position in the development and implementation of global artificial intelligence (AI) and Brazil needs to establish structures that promote domestic science and innovation - including the adoption of 5G - in order to advance from being a great consumer of technology to being a “producer of innovation”.

The document points out that the development of AI requires national efforts on different fronts - from data governance to training of human capital, which translates into greater difficulties for emerging countries such as Brazil.

Artificial Intelligence, Technological Warfare and Changes in the World Order: China, USA and Brazil

China is consolidating its leadership position in the development and implementation of global artificial intelligence (AI) and Brazil needs to establish structures that promote domestic science and innovation - including the adoption of 5G - in order to advance from being a great consumer of technology to being a “producer of innovation”.

The document points out that the development of AI requires national efforts on different fronts - from data governance to training of human capital, which translates into greater difficulties for emerging countries such as Brazil.

Participants in this publication

Tatiana Rosito
Senior Fellow

Senior Advisor at the New Development Bank (NDB)

Gabriel de Barros Torres
International Analyst

Ronaldo Lemos
Lawyer and Director of the Institute for Technology & Society of Rio de Janeiro

Yan Li
Senior Researcher at the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development (CASTED)

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