Russia and China intend to become world leaders in IT, Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence

The latest meeting that took place between two powerful leaders of the world has given the world the hint that both these leaders intend to rule the fields related to Information Technology, Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence in the near future.

Yes, a joint statement released after the strategic meeting between Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin has divulged the minds of the two powerful leaders to dominate the world with tech in coming years.

Thus, from now on, Technologists and Researchers from both the said Asian nations will explore new innovations in the fields such as AI, IoT, 5G and digital economy on a combined note. They also intend to seek international support by legally instituting certain codes of conduct while exploring the technologies, so they cannot be misused, exploited, or turned against nations under any circumstances.

So, can we consider Russia’s concept paper on the International Information Security Convention and China’s Global Data Security Initiative as platforms conceptualizing the much-needed change?

Well, it’s tough to give a precise answer to this question, as both nations do not have great conduct when it comes to their relationship with the west. And the ongoing Ukraine war with Moscow has strained the relationship of both the nations with the west, furthermore.

Moreover, both these leaders tend to govern their populace with a good intention. However, their intentions go mismatched, when we take into consideration the happenings that are taking place in practical.

With all said, both Putin and Xi have proven their political stance by leading their respective nations for quite some time and that too after being re-elected for second and third terms. That means most or at least some of their populace seem to be happy with their governance and that is giving the 2 leaders assurance to rule the rest of the world.

 

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Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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