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--FILE--National flags of China and the United States are seen in Ji'nan city, east China's Shandong province, 14 June 2018. 

China said a US delegation will visit the country next week for trade talks, confirming the two sides will have their first face-to-face negotiation since President Donald Trump and his counterpart Xi Jinping agreed to a 90-day truce in their trade war last month. Deputy US Trade Representative Jeffrey Gerrish will lead the US delegation for the talks, the Commerce Ministry said in a statement. The two sides will discuss how to implement consensus reached by leaders of both countries in Argentina, it said.
Bloomberg News reported earlier that US officials were heading to Beijing the week of January 7. News of the talks add to signs that the world's two largest economies are making progress in cooling trade tensions.No Use China. No Use France.
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Together, The U.S. And China Can Reduce The Risks From AI


Over the past 15 months, we helped lead a series of track-two (unofficial) dialogues on the development and application of artificial intelligence-enabled military systems, organized by the Center for International Security and Strategy at Tsinghua University, the Brookings Institution, the Berggruen Institute and the Minderoo Foundation. The series consisted of three day-long dialogues. We agreed to keep these discussions and the findings that flowed from them confidential until now.


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