Strategic Competition in an Era of Artificial Intelligence

In choosing to frame previous industrial revolutions in terms of warfare and the balance of power between state actors (instead of, say, improvements to the lives of individuals, redistribution of wealth to reduce global inequality, or the generation of new forms of capital and "worthwhile" work), the authors are able to articulate a clear set of actions for the US (or any) government who wants to build and cement a technological advantage in to a global projection of power.
Developing strong, pragmatic and principled national security and defense policies.