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US must seek international cyberspace norms with China, Russia: experts

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America must work with rival nations to develop international norms for developing technologies such artificial intelligence or face increasingly difficult challenges in tackling misinformation and cyberwarfare, experts have said.

“I like to think of this as sort of where things were 20 years ago in tech, where we were incredibly naïve,” said Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO and current Chairman of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, said Friday at the Aspen Security Forum. “I was very naive about the impact of what we were doing. I now understand that information is everything: It’s incredibly powerful.”

Much of the security forum focused on various challenges the United States and western allies face at the international level from rival nations Russia, China and Iran.

“When we talk about information operations, we usually say the Russians are the most prolific, the Chinese are the most sophisticated, and the Iranians are the most angry,” Brad Smith, CEO of Microsoft, said. “Most of their anger is not directed at the United States, but it is directed at American allies.”

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