Gordon G. Chang of The Gatestone Institute interviewed Brandon J. Weichert about his take on the Great U.S.-China Tech War.
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As China’s Big Tech Hits America, Biden Signals Surrender
Gordon G. Chang of the Gatestone Institute interviewed Brandon J. Weichert about the technology race between the United States and China.
China’s Quest for Exotic Tech: Brain Control Interface
Exotic Technology is becoming normalized in our era. A great technology for exotic tech dominance is shaping up between the West and China. And it is not a guarantee that the West will win, as evidenced by the nascent race for Brain-Control Interfaces.
Divorcing America from China High Tech Edition
Brandon J. Weichert joined Gordon G. Chang on The John Batchelor Show to discuss the pending high-tech divorce between the United States and China.
How Google is Communist China’s Collaborator
China expert, Gordon G. Chang interviewed Brandon J. Weichert for The Washington Times about China’s threat in the high-tech sector.
Brandon J. Weichert Discusses Google Operations In China on The John Batchelor Show
Peter Thiel and Donald Trump have both excoriated Google for their work with China’s government on AI. I provide details and context for Gordon G. Chang and John Batchelor on this issue and the other big tech concern: China’s development of quantum computing technology.
Not Your Father’s Disruption
In quantum computing, biotech, and space mining the United States is competing for dominance with China…and the U.S. is losing. Innovation and disruption go hand-in-hand whichever side embraces this first will win the 100-Year Marathon.
Space Dominance in Silicon Valley
China is eating America’s lunch in space. I advocate for space dominance in this lecture before a group of investors and defense thinkers in Silicon Valley.
America Must Innovate or Die
“In today’s world you innovate or die. It would seem many Western corporations have chosen death. After the successful proof of concept, China doubled its investment and plans to streamline the new technology and mass produce it.”
Where is DARPA?
“If DARPA and other ‘innovation hubs’ in the government cannot or will not accomplish their core mission, then they are unnecessary and should be cut.”