U.S. doubles down on protecting university research from China

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By Jane Lanhee Lee and Daphne Psaledakis OAKLAND, Calif./WASHINGTON (Reuters) — A U.S. national security commission is recommending that American universities take steps to prevent sensitive technology from being stolen by the Chinese military, a sign of growing concerns over the security of academic research. The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI), led by former Google chairman Eric Schmidt, is set to vote Monday on its final report to Congress. A new section on university research was added to a recently published final draft, which also features numerous recomme…

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