----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCEChina – The First Artificial Intelligence SuperpowerForbes2020/01/14 China – The First Artificial Intelligence Superpower Fabian Westerheidehttps://www.forbes.com/sites/cognitiveworld/2020/01/14/china-artificial-intelligence-superpower/?sh=a120d832f053Artificial Intelligence for the enforcement of Chinese interests Artificial Intelligence plays an essential role in this. AI is aimed to connect and upgrade the entire Chinese industry by 2025.AI Generated PeopleThe Sun dot comInside China's chilling network of AI generated PEOPLE on ...https://www.the-sun.com/news/3419143/china-network-ai-people-facebook-twitterCHINA has a sprawling creepy network of AI generated people who it uses to spread anti-vaxx lies and fake news about Covid. Beijing is believed to use a massive "spamouflage" network to muddy the waters and promote its own interests to unwitting social media users - and its computer generated "people" …AI Arms RaceCNETThe US, China and the AI arms race: Cutting through the ...https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/...The US, China and the AI arms race: Cutting through the hype. The reality is that US and China efforts to develop AI are entwined, even if the tensions of coronavirus and trade disagreements may ...Hacking Intelligence ThreatNPRChina Is The U.S.'s Top Intelligence Threat, American ...https://www.npr.org/2019/09/18/761831560For years now, the Chinese intelligence services have hacked into U.S. companies and made off with intellectual property.2021/09/16 UN Report Warns Artificial Intelligence Can Threaten Human Rightshttps://www.npr.org/2021/09/16/1037902314The remarks by U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet were in reference to a new report on the subject released in Geneva. The report warned of AI's use as a forecasting and ...Excerpt: The report warned of AI's use as a forecasting and profiling tool, saying the technology could have an impact on "rights to privacy, to a fair trial, to freedom from arbitrary arrest and detention and the right to life."Face RecognitionCnet dot comHow China uses facial recognition to control human ... - CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/in-china-facial...The idea that China's facial recognition would automatically put your name and photo on a billboard for jaywalking and privately text you a fine instills fear in people to behave a certain way ...AI: Worries about the dangers of facial recognition ...https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/06/ai-worries-about...A display for facial recognition and artificial intelligence is seen on monitors at Huawei’s Bantian campus on April 26, 2019 in Shenzhen, China. China’s seemingly unfettered push into facial ...COVID-19: Leaked Chinese document reveals a sinister plan ...https://www.news.com.au/world/coronavirus/leaked...A document written by Chinese scientists and Chinese public health officials in 2015 discussed the weaponisation of SARS coronavirus, reveals the Weekend Australian.Thousands Of Banned Chinese Surveillance Cameras Are ...https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2019/...Federal government bodies should’ve started kicking out tech from Chinese surveillance dealers. But thousands of snooping cameras from the likes of Hikvision and Dahua remain on U.S. soil.Top VPNs secretly owned by Chinese firmshttps://www.computerweekly.com/news/252466203/Top...Nearly a third of top VPNs are secretly owned by Chinese companies, while other owners are based in countries with weak or no privacy laws, potentially putting users at risk, security researchers warnHackingMicrosofthttps://abc57.com/news/hackers-breached-computer-network-at-key-us-port-but-did-not-disrupt-operationshttps://www.npr.org/2021/08/26/1013501080/chinas-microsoft-hack-may-have-had-a-bigger-purpose-than-just-spyinghttps://nypost.com/2021/07/19/us-and-allies-blame-china-for-massive-microsoft-email-hack/https://nypost.com/2021/07/20/china-blasts-us-after-microsoft-hacking-claims/Voice to Skull?Gov bank NotesChinese Officials Admit to Having and Using Voice to Skill Technology- Psychiatrists, Update your DSMhttps://govbanknotes.wordpress.com/2020/09/25/chinese-officials-admit-to-having-and-using-voice-to-skill-technology-psychiatrists-update-your-dsm/Voice To Skill [sic] technology can take an audio source and project it at someone so only they can hear it. Psychological abuse is the result of the weaponization of this technology. This is just one of many forms of Directed Energy Weapons that uses frequency and electromagnetism to cause effects at a distance. It is now possible that having voices in ones head is a result of being targeted by the police states and their worsening tyranny. All Psychiatrists must take note of this technology to check that their patients aren’t just targeted by the governments. If China has this tech, then the US had it decades ago.Without credentials, it is nearly impossible for psychiatrists to take this topic seriously even when presented with strong evidence like this. So share this with your doctors, psychologists, and psychiatrists.[as of 2021/09/24--video in article is not working]SURVEILLANCE AND ESPIONAGESpy Cases ListWikipediaList of Chinese Spy Cases in the United Stateshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Chinese_spy_cases_in_the_United_StatesTik TokHollywood in Toto2020/08/03 ACLU cancel culture Tik Tokhttps://www.hollywoodintoto.com/aclu-cancel-culture-tik-tok/CNET2019/12/02 TikTok accused of secretly gathering user data and sending it to ChinaA proposed class-action lawsuit alleges the app "includes Chinese surveillance software." By Queenie Wong.https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/tiktok-accused-of-secretly-gathering-user-data-and-sending-it-to-china/#:~:text=TikTok%20is%20being%20sued%20for%20allegedly%20harvesting%20users%27,lawsuit%20filed%20in%20California%20federal%20court%20last%20week.Excerpt: TikTok, known for its quirky 15-second videos, has been illegally and secretly harvesting vast amounts of personally identifiable user data and sending it to China, according to a proposed class-action lawsuit filed in California federal court last week. The lawsuit also accuses the company and its Chinese parent company ByteDance of taking user content such as draft videos without their consent and having "ambiguous" privacy policies. It raises concerns that data gathered by TikTok could be used to identify, profile and track users in the US. The company is benefiting from this alleged activity because it uses this data to sell targeted ads, the lawsuit alleges. "TikTok's lighthearted fun comes at a heavy cost," according to the lawsuit, which was filed on Friday.The allegations against the popular short video app are the latest example of the growing security concerns surrounding TikTok, which surpassed 1.5 billion downloads worldwide in November. The US government is also reportedly looking into the app for potential security risks. Misty Hong, a college student and resident of Palo Alto, California, is suing ByteDance, TikTok and Musical.ly, a lip-sync app that was rebranded as TikTok, for allegedly violating a federal computer fraud law, the California Constitution's right to privacy and other laws.TikTok videos often include close-ups of people's faces, allowing the company to gather biometric data on its users, according to the lawsuit. Once a user shoots a video and clicks the "next" button, the videos are transferred to various domains without their knowledge. This happens before users even save or post a video on the app, the lawsuit states.Hong downloaded TikTok in March or April 2019 but never created an account, according to the lawsuit. Months later, she discovered TikTok made one for her. She created five or six videos using the app but never saved or published the videos. Still, TikTok secretly took the videos and her data without her knowledge and sent the information to servers in China, according to the lawsuit. TikTok is gathering a trove of data about its users, including their phone and social network contacts, email addresses, IP address, location and other information, according to the lawsuit. The company allegedly uses different tactics to conceal that they're transferring user data. Even when a user closes the app, it still harvests biometric and user data, the lawsuit states. Citing articles from news outlets such as CNBC, Quartz and Affinity Magazine, the lawsuit alleges user data was sent to China. It lists several Chinese servers the data was transferred to before and after February 2019. TikTok and Hong's lawyers didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. https //www cnet com/tech/services-and-software/tiktok-accused-of-secretly-gathering-user-data-and-sending-it-to-china/Banning Surveillance Products in USA from ChinaHuaweiThe New American dot comhttps://thenewamerican.com/oregon-governor-kate-browns-disturbing-ties-to-chicom-front-groups/Is it surprising that Biden recently allowed Huawei, the blacklisted Chinese telecom monolith, to enter the American auto industry by giving the company licenses to buy automotive chips? This is in contrast to the Trump administration, which in August 2020 placed restrictions on Huawei, limiting its ability to purchase chips in the United States. The Trump administration did so out of national-security concerns.“We don’t want their equipment in the United States because they spy on us,” President Trump said at the time. “And any country that uses it, we’re not going to do anything in terms of sharing intelligence.” The Trump White House had previously banned vendors worldwide from using U.S. technology to produce components for Huawei.According to Trump, Huawei provided the communist Chinese with the means with which to spy on…Al Jazeera2021/06/17 US may ban Chinese surveillance products citing security risks[Note from PF 2021/07/07: Aljazeera is a biased news source with ties to Radical Islam and terrorism against the United States. It is included at times to emphasize a few things, including that it has an interest in this subject, it has been on-site poking around in the US, and so on; pay attention to authors, tone and whatt they seem to know about a given subject; sometimes it could be a particular Muslim group is on-site or is being protected, or a Black/LGBT power movement in the labor/trade union] https //apnews com/article/forced-labor-global-trade-china-archive-race-and-ethnicity-0a2b64d4b2dfee8dc6be8d402a96ecbehttps //www aljazeera com/economy/2021/6/17/us-may-ban-chinese-surveillance-products-citing-security-risksHKLAW dot comRule Banning Chinese Telecommunications Equipment is ReleasedHolland & Knight Government Contracts Bloghttps://www.hklaw.com/en/insights/publications/2020/07/rule-banning-chinese-telecommunications-equipment-is-releasedGeneral Surveillance ChinaThe Atlantichttps //www theatlantic com/international/archive/2018/02/china-surveillance/552203/https //www theatlantic com/magazine/archive/2020/09/china-ai-surveillance/614197/Bloomberghttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-06-17/chinese-surveillance-cameras-targeted-by-fcc-on-security-worrieshttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-10-04/the-big-hack-how-china-used-a-tiny-chip-to-infiltrate-america-s-top-companiesSpectator2020/12/16 How China Has Infiltrated the U.S. And how we should fight back. By Steve Postal.https://spectator.org/china-ccp-us-spying/Excerpt: Embassies. A leaked database of 1.95 million members of the CCP revealed that at least 10 consulates in Shanghai contain members of the CCP, including three employees of the U.S. consulate, a senior official in the British consulate, and at least one employee of the Australian consulate. While stories about this leak do not explicitly accusing these CCP members of spying, the threat that this could be happening is obvious. Defense apparatus. The CCP has infiltrated our defenses. CCP members are working in our defense supply chains in China, according to the above-mentioned database. These include 516 CCP members who either work in Qualcomm or Boeing, and “dozens” of CCP members in Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Thales.https://spectator.org/china-ccp-us-spying/Data StealingCIA US spy discovery by ChinaForeign Policy2020/12/21 China used stolen data to expose CIA operatives in Africa and Europe. The discovery of U.S. spy networks in China fueled a decade-long global war over data between Beijing and Washington. By Zach Dorfmanhttps://foreignpolicy.com/2020/12/21/china-stolen-us-data-exposed-cia-operatives-spy-networks/Business Insider2018/08/16 The CIA falsely believed it was 'invincible' in China — here's how its spies were reportedly discovered and killed in one of the biggest blows to the agency. By David Choi.https://www.businessinsider.com/how-china-found-cia-spies-leak-2018-8Cheap Chinese Devices might be spy toolsBusiness Insider2018/8/3 Democrats warn candidates not to use Chinese devices 'even if the price is low or free'. By David Choi.https://www.businessinsider.com/democrats-chinese-phone-zte-huawei-spying-2018-8"I personally don't believe we should be allowing any Chinese telecommunication company to do business in America because they use it as a tool of espionage," Rubio told Fox's Tucker Carlson on Friday night.Updates: 2022/05/31; 2021/09/24 PAGE STARTED--China AI Artificial Intelligence
•Artificial Intelligence (AI)oChina first AI SuperpoweroAI generated peopleoAI Arms race•Surveillance and EspionageoTik Tok▪“ TikTok videos often include close-ups of people's faces, allowing the company to gather biometric data on its users, according to the lawsuit. Once a user shoots a video and clicks the "next" button, the videos are transferred to various domains without their knowledge. This happens before users even save or post a video on the app, the lawsuit states.” See Cnet-2019 belowoData Stealing▪Using Chinese parts as surveillance and data stealingoBanning Chinese Tech▪Huawei, etc.•FCC proposes ban on Chinese surv. cameras-Bloomberg-2021/06/17•DOD, GSA, NASA-Holland & Knight-2020/07/13oOther Surveillance •HackingoChina’s Microsoft Hack•UN article-Human Rights Violation - Multifold Tracking•Voice to Skull?
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