Hey, high school seniors! Are you familiar with China’s advanced technology and why we should be concerned? Let me break it down for you.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has used technology to erase important historical events, like the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, from its heavily censored internet and kept it out of books and schools.
It has also used advanced systems against its own population to suppress dissent and monitor behavior. This is a clear violation of human rights and religious liberties.
But it’s not just about China’s own population. The CCP has also stolen American intellectual property and used it to undermine US national security. That’s why Rep. Mark Green introduced the China Technology Transfer Control Act, which seeks to impose new limits on US technology exports to China.
The bill’s export restrictions on technology related to AI, robotics, biotech, computing, and internet-related services would be imposed when it would aid China’s military, harm US national security, or allow China to carry out violations of human rights or religious liberties against its own people.
AI poses a particular threat, and we must proceed with caution when implementing advanced technological solutions into our nation’s critical infrastructure.
So, why should we be concerned? China’s advanced technology is being used to oppress its own people and steal American intellectual property. It’s time for the US to take action to protect its citizens, its intellectual property, and its national security.
We cannot allow China to pose a threat to our cyber infrastructure and supply chains. It’s up to you, the next generation of leaders, to stand up for what is right and protect our country from these threats.
Source Fox News