Customers browse computer games at a store in Beijing on September 10, 2021, days after Chinese officials summoned gaming enterprises including Tencent and NetEase, the two market leaders in China’s multibillion-dollar gaming scene, to discuss further curbs on the industry. Photo: AFP
Customers browse computer games at a store in Beijing on September 10, 2021, days after Chinese officials summoned gaming enterprises including Tencent and NetEase, the two market leaders in China’s multibillion-dollar gaming scene, to discuss further curbs on the industry. Photo: AFP
Hannibal El-Mohtar
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Hannibal El-Mohtar

In race to curb AI algorithm misuse, China is leading the US

  • With AI playing a big role in US-China rivalry, how both nations curb the excesses of tech giants and deal with the problems of social media addiction and predatory corporate behaviour is being closely watched

Customers browse computer games at a store in Beijing on September 10, 2021, days after Chinese officials summoned gaming enterprises including Tencent and NetEase, the two market leaders in China’s multibillion-dollar gaming scene, to discuss further curbs on the industry. Photo: AFP
Customers browse computer games at a store in Beijing on September 10, 2021, days after Chinese officials summoned gaming enterprises including Tencent and NetEase, the two market leaders in China’s multibillion-dollar gaming scene, to discuss further curbs on the industry. Photo: AFP
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