This month, our researchers analyzed the impact of domestic and foreign STEM talent on the U.S. AI talent pipeline. Our latest brief evaluated how community and technical colleges can diversify and train the U.S. AI workforce. Using data from the National Science Foundation’s Survey of Doctorate Recipients, our experts explored how many international students who earn STEM PhDs from U.S. universities remain in the United States after graduation. We released two new Data Snapshots within a series using our interactive Private-sector AI Related Activity Tracker to examine patent data and categorize AI companies’ various stages of development. Also included in this month’s Roundup is an original translation of China’s 2016 notice for a trial implementation proposal for a work permit system for “foreign experts” working in China.
Our latest publications:
- Training Tomorrow’s AI Workforce by Diana Gehlhaus and Luke Koslosky
- Exploring the Company Stage of Development Feature in PARAT by Autumn Toney
- Examining Patent Data in PARAT: Patent Applications by Sara Abdulla
- The Long-Term Stay Rates of International STEM PhD Graduates by Jack Corrigan, James Dunham and Remco Zwetsloot
- Notice of the State of Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs on the Publication of a Trial Implementation Proposal for a Work Permit System for Foreigners in China by CSET