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Title Artificial intelligence, China, Russia, and the global order : technological, political, global, and creative perspectives / Shazeda Ahmed [and 23 others]
Published Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama : Air University Press, 2019


Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 283, that is, 264 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
Series Fairchild series, 2576-6745
Fairchild series.
Contents Artificial intelligence, domestic political regimes, and the global order -- Digital authoritarianism : evolving Chinese and Russian models -- Export and emulation of the models in global competition -- Artificial intelligence and domestic impacts on China's foreign policy decision making -- Military dimensions -- Artistic perspectives and the humanities
Summary "Artificial intelligence (AI) and big data promise to help reshape the global order. For decades, most political observers believed that liberal democracy offered the only plausible future pathways for big, industrially sophisticated countries to make their citizens rich. Now, by allowing governments to monitor, understand, and control their citizens far more effectively than ever before, AI offers a plausible way for big, economically advanced countries to make their citizens rich while maintaining control over them--the first since the end of the Cold War. That may help fuel and shape renewed international competition between types of political regimes that are all becoming more "digital." Just as competition between liberal democratic, fascist, and communist social systems defined much of the twentieth century, how may the struggle between digital liberal democracy and digital authoritarianism define and shape the twenty-first? This work highlights several key areas where AI-related technologies have clear implications for globally integrated strategic planning and requirements development"-- Provided by publisher
Notes At head of title: "Air University Library ; Air University Press."
"Nicholas D. Wright, editor"--Cover
"Published by Air University Press in October 2019"--Verso
Page numbers jump from 217 to 237
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-283)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (AF, viewed Nov. 19, 2019)
Subject Artificial intelligence.
Technology and state -- China
Technology and state -- Russia (Federation)
Artificial Intelligence
artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence.
Diplomatic relations.
Technology and state.
China -- Foreign relations.
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations.
United States -- Foreign relations.
Russia (Federation)
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Ahmed, Shazeda, author.
Wright, Nicholas D., 1978- editor.
Air University (U.S.). Library (2019- ), issuing body.
Air University (U.S.). Press, issuing body.
LC no. 2019048636
ISBN 9781585662951