This week we are joined by Jeffrey Ding (University of Oxford), Matt Sheehan (MacroPolo), Helen Toner (CSET), and Graham Webster (Stanford University) to discuss disruptive technologies in the context of China, especially AI. How did China open-up and implement market-based policies since the 1980? What kind of innovation-policies has China been pursuing in technologies as AI, and how does this relate to the strategies pursued by the United States? How does this affect the US-China power-relations and security-concerns? Why are questions related to national advantage in AI so difficult to meaningfully answer? What are the best ways for students interested in China and AI to get involved with this important topic?