Computational advances combined with big data and the cloud mean that small firms can access technologies once available only to large enterprises with deep technical expertise.
Expertise with data collection and manipulation has all too often been equated with deep understanding of that area.
The reality of politically biased AI raises a plethora of challenging questions about how society should interact with these kinds of tools as they become more available.
Complicating the issue is the propensity of some countries, notably China, to use a combination of open, covert and “grey zone” tactics.
If Western nations are to thrive in the emerging political economy of the twenty-first century, they must quickly learn to better communicate how liberal values improve people’s lives.
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