Ep. 48 – China and its Quest for Enhanced Military Technology

March 29, 2018 00:30:54
Ep. 48 – China and its Quest for Enhanced Military Technology
Modern War Institute
Ep. 48 – China and its Quest for Enhanced Military Technology
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Show Notes

In this episode, we speak to Elsa Kania, whose research is at the forefront of efforts to better understand the way China approaches innovation and military technology. From artificial intelligence to automation to railgun technology, we discuss Chinese technological priorities and how they overlay on its strategic objectives.

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