In times of technological tumult, great powers rise and fall. In the past, it was not just leading in the cutting-edge technologies that proved critical for national advancement; the nations that spread the benefits of the technologies most effectively, rather than innovated first, have been able to grow faster over time and ultimately define the trajectory of their era.
It’s essential to ensure that AI is shared beyond the leading labs to other firms, schools and even the government itself.
The age of AI may prove to be another of these moments. Alongside dramatic societal and economic implications, AI could drive differences in national trajectories. Facilitating AI’s diffusion will be key to national competitiveness for the coming decades.
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