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Tech Titans Clash: The CIA’s AI Powerplay Against China

(ConcernedPatriot.com) – In the continuous technical competition between the West and China, the CIA is nearing completion of the development of an artificial intelligence tool intended to improve the analysis of open-source intelligence.

According to Bloomberg, the CIA will reveal a cutting-edge AI tool resembling OpenAI’s well-liked ChatGPT AI chatbot.

The Open-Source Enterprise section of the CIA produced this program, which has the potential to completely change how intelligence services obtain and evaluate open-source intelligence.

“We’ve gone from newspapers and radio, to newspapers and television, to newspapers and cable television, to basic internet, to big data, and it just keeps going,” said division director Randy Nixon, underscoring the development of intelligence gathering.

“In order to locate the “needles in the needle field,” or the important bits of information amidst the deluge of internet data,” he emphasized the need for creative solutions.

This breakthrough is part of a larger U.S. government effort to leverage AI technology to maintain its lead in the global AI race.

China hopes to become the world’s foremost AI nation by 2030.

The processing of large volumes of publicly available data is a difficulty for the U.S. intelligence agency, which has been criticized for what is seen as a lack of efficiency in making use of these enormous data sources.

The upcoming AI technology will allow users to track the material they view back to its original source.

Nixon thinks adding a chat function is a sensible step forward to speed up intelligence dissemination.

The possibility for endless expansion in intelligence gathering with no restrictions other than financial ones was highlighted by Nixon .

He said, “You can take it to the next level and start chatting and asking questions of the machines to give you answers, also sourced.”

According to reports, the CIA hasn’t revealed the precise model that will guide the use of this new tool, though or the steps that will be taken to stop information from leaking into the public Internet.

The agency has been expanding its alliances with the tech industry to address these issues and improve the tool’s functionality.

According to government claims, the 18-agency U.S. intelligence community, including the CIA, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other military-run organizations, will be the only ones with access to the AI tool.

Policymakers and the public cannot access it, as the agency complies with U.S. privacy rules.

The AI cold war has officially begun.

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