News Two Chinese Supercomputers Break Exascale Barrier

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China is known for forced tech transfers (stealing!). When you don't have to invent anything it's much easier to make things.
Well US is well known for its arrogant and that if we can't beat you we will not let you rise and pin you down but trying to spy on what you do even on their german allies. When you know you can't win so its much easier to block other from gaining more footstep with so called national security <Mod Edit>
 
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Well US is well known for its arrogant and that if we can't beat you we will not let you rise and pin you down but trying to spy on what you do even on their german allies. When you know you can't win so its much easier to block other from gaining more footstep with so called national security <Mod Edit>
All is fair, in love and war… China leverages its advantages. We leverage ours.

And a forced technology transfer is not theft. The US companies voluntarily enter into those agreements to gain access to cheap labor and manufacturing. It might look like a raw deal to the outside. But if you’re sitting on some knowledge that you’ve had for 30 years, you probably don’t value it as much as you do fat profit margins.
 
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China is known for forced tech transfers (stealing!). When you don't have to invent anything it's much easier to make things.
They actually produce heaps of scientific papers output and original patents in the last decade if you follow tech news. It's just only in the last decades, they are rich enough to spend money for research and development and finally able to compete with the richer countries. The fact that they figured out how to create super fast quantum computers and making the first exascale computer (something that doesn't yet exist in the US), contradicts your claim they don't invent anything.
 
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China is known for forced tech transfers (stealing!). When you don't have to invent anything it's much easier to make things.
To my knowledge, there is not a single recorded case in which China was found to have stolen IP.
They either bought it, invented it, used open source, or got it in JVs. All 100% legal and legitimate.
 

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