been raised in the belief that it is good to help others
The Chinese AI began in 1970s with Jimmy Carter, Zbigniev Brzezinsky and then Deng Xiao Ping smoking a cigar in the White House which was followed with Jiang Zeming signing the WTO agreements in 2001. Had China not been allowed the access to developed economies and enabled to copy just about everything it could, it would have mostly ting rice today.
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It's not Santa Claus who is coming to town, but iFlyTek, the Chinese voice monitoring technologies
As China tests the frontiers of artificial intelligence, iFlyTek serves as a compelling example of both the country’s sci-fi ambitions and the technology’s darker dystopian possibilities.
IFlyTek has said its technology can monitor a car full of people or a crowded room, identify a targeted individual’s voice and record everything that person says.
At the same time, iFlyTek hosts a laboratory to develop voice surveillance capabilities for China’s domestic security forces. In an October report, a human rights group said the company was helping the authorities compile a biometric voice database of Chinese citizens that could be used to track activists and others.
IFlyTek is portrayed in the Chinese media both as a technology innovator and as an ally of the government. Last year iFlyTek helped prevent the loss of about $75 million in telecommunications fraud by helping the police target scammers, according to The Global Times, a nationalist tabloid controlled by the Communist Party. Its article quotes a Chinese security official as saying collecting voice patterns is like taking fingerprints or recording people with closed-circuit television cameras, meaning the practice does not violate their privacy.