California: Chinese Google Employee Accused of Stealing AI Tech, Sending It Back Home

I’m not going to accuse this guy of being guilty. You know, who knows?

What I will do is take this opportunity to point out that white people have no ability to conceive of Chinese racial loyalty. In fact, white people have no ability to conceive of anything about the Chinese.

White people think that Taiwan wants to be “independent” because of “democracy freedom.”

In reality, Singapore doesn’t even want to be independent from China. Or rather, Singapore doesn’t want to be independent from “the Chinese,” which is really how the entire issue needs to be viewed. Chinese people might live in the Mainland, or Taiwan, or Singapore, or California, but they will always be Chinese before they are anything else (unless they are homosexuals or women, in which case they will sell out their own people).

The US wants to have a war with China without even understanding the most basic nature of the Chinese.

Assuming this theft and transfer to China did happen – which is a big if, because it could be totally fake – but if it did happen, white people would think “oh, he must be a spy!”

In reality, it would be some Chinese thinking “hmm, I have access to this technology from the whites, I’d better send it to China.” China would receive it and say “good work, sir. Here is a lot of money for you and a new job in China that is much better.”

The real question here is: why would the Chinese want Niggerbot 9000?


A Google employee was charged Tuesday with stealing artificial intelligence trade secrets from the tech giant while secretly working with two Chinese-based companies in the AI industry.

Linwei Ding, who also goes by Leon Ding, is charged with four counts of theft of trade secrets. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison for each count.

“The Justice Department will not tolerate the theft of artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies that could put our national security at risk,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement Wednesday, adding that “we will fiercely protect sensitive technologies developed in America from falling into the hands of those who should not have them.”

Merrick Garland is Jewish, by the way.

Does he tolerate theft by Israel, I wonder?

(Rhetorical question, btw.)

Ding, a 38-year-old Chinese national who lives in California, is accused of copying more than 500 files with confidential information from Google into his own personal account over the course of one year, beginning in 2022. The files included technology involved in the building blocks of Google’s advanced supercomputing data centers, prosecutors say.

Is the technology that made all this crap even worth stealing?

An attorney for Ding is not yet listed.

A few months after Ding allegedly began copying Google’s files, he was offered the chief technology officer role for an “early-stage technology company” based in China, the Justice Department says. Ding allegedly traveled to China for several months, where he participated in investor meetings to raise money for the company, and potential investors to the company were told that Ding was an executive and owned 20% of the company’s stock.

Ding took steps to conceal his work while in China, prosecutors say, including by having another employee use his badge to access his office so that it would look like he was in the United States.


(The other employee was no doubt also Chinese and asked zero questions about why this was being done.)

Within the next year, Ding founded his own technology company in the “AI and machine learning industry,” prosecutors say. The company allegedly applied to a Chinese-based startup program and boasted that “we have experience with Google’s ten-thousand-card computational power platform; we just need to replicate and upgrade it – and then further develop a computational power platform suited to China’s national conditions.”

I don’t care about this at all.

China is defending itself. The US is the aggressor. The US is constantly threatening China with war and is always attempting to overthrow their government. If the US wasn’t doing that, then you could whine about corporate espionage, but given the nature of the situation, China basically has a moral right to do whatever they want to the Americans.

Furthermore, I would rather China be the leader in AI. I’ve argued that all of the AI code should be open source, so we can both maximize development and prevent abuses by the corporations that own the technology. I think AI belongs to humanity, and these companies don’t have a right to restrict access.

So the idea of stealing AI tech is not valid to me.

I can tell you this, however: the Chinese AI will produce much more flattering images of Putin.