Unilateral progress If attempts to suppress research in AI and nanotechnology seem futile and dangerous, what of the opposite follow - unilateral efforts as much as possible? But it is also a problem. We are in the democracies probably can not produce a strategic breakthrough in perfect secrecy. Too many people have been involved for too many years. As the government of the USSR to learn about our efforts, their reaction would have been an obvious concern, and they would certainly be considered a major breakthrough on our part as the greater threat. If nanotechnology would be developed as part of a secret military program, their information analysts would fear the development of a thin but decisive weapon, perhaps based on a pre-programmed 'germs'. Depending on the circumstances, our opponents might decide to attack while they still can. It is important that democracy continues to lead in these technologies, but it would be safest if we can somehow combine this strength with a completely non-threatening types of policies.
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