Arjun Gargeyas

Arjun Gargeyas

Arjun Gargeyas is a research analyst with the High Tech Geopolitics Programme at the Takshashila Institution, a public policy think tank in Bangalore. His areas of focus include quantum technologies, semiconductors and technical standards

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Opinion | How China’s national computing network will be a game changer

In a world where computing might equates to real power, Beijing’s ambitious plan will do more than lift its lagging west. It will allow it to cut carbon emissions, improve the digital economy infrastructure, and boost its military and national security.

In a world where computing might equates to real power, Beijing’s ambitious plan will do more than lift its lagging west. It will allow it to cut carbon emissions, improve the digital economy infrastructure, and boost its military and national security.

16 Jun 2022 - 2:17AM
Opinion | How emerging technologies are driving China’s readiness for modern warfare

China’s armed forces are embracing emerging technologies with an eye on closing the gap in military power with the US. Dual-use technologies such as AI and big data have been incorporated into military strategy and will play an important role in China’s future plans.

China’s armed forces are embracing emerging technologies with an eye on closing the gap in military power with the US. Dual-use technologies such as AI and big data have been incorporated into military strategy and will play an important role in China’s future plans.

15 Mar 2022 - 4:09AM
Opinion | Has China achieved its leap to ‘quantum supremacy’?

China has made massive strides in quantum technology, breaking new ground and closing the gap to the US or even overtaking it. But it still faces several systemic challenges, including a lack of real-world applications, high error rates, a talent gap and Western sanctions.

China has made massive strides in quantum technology, breaking new ground and closing the gap to the US or even overtaking it. But it still faces several systemic challenges, including a lack of real-world applications, high error rates, a talent gap and Western sanctions.

23 Dec 2021 - 4:18AM