Defense intel chief worried about Chinese 'integration of human and machines'
The U.S. military's top intelligence officer is increasingly worried about China's research into “human performance enhancement,” including efforts to merge human and machine intelligence. It's a "key area" of disruptive technology that will affect national security, Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, or DIA, told an audience at the Association of the U.S. Army's annual conference recently.
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