China’s unmanned submarine vehicle Qianlong III could help to drive a subsea exploration programme and herald the arrival of an AI colony on the South China Sea bed. Photo: Weibo
China’s unmanned submarine vehicle Qianlong III could help to drive a subsea exploration programme and herald the arrival of an AI colony on the South China Sea bed. Photo: Weibo

Beijing plans an AI Atlantis for the South China Sea – without a human in sight

  • Urged by President Xi Jinping to dare to do something that has never been done before, scientists say challenges could give China huge technology lead

China’s unmanned submarine vehicle Qianlong III could help to drive a subsea exploration programme and herald the arrival of an AI colony on the South China Sea bed. Photo: Weibo
China’s unmanned submarine vehicle Qianlong III could help to drive a subsea exploration programme and herald the arrival of an AI colony on the South China Sea bed. Photo: Weibo
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