CENTCOM technology chief watching Chinese AI and cyber activity

By Georgina DiNardo / May 8, 2024 at 1:26 PM
U.S. Central Command's chief technology officer says she is keeping an eye on China's activities, particularly the negative cybersecurity implications and artificial intelligence advances that do not adhere to responsible innovation policies. Schuyler Moore said that her combatant command deals with three out of the four global competitors functioning in her area. Her remarks came at the AI Expo in Washington today. “We see China and Russia and Iran all very active both in the military, economic and technical space,”...

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