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This guide provides a run-down of CSET’s research since 2019 for first-time visitors and long-term fans alike. Quickly get up to speed on our “must-read” research and learn about how we organize our work. Read More

In a WIRED article discussing issues with Microsoft's AI chatbot providing misinformation, conspiracies, and outdated information in response to political queries, CSET's Josh A. Goldstein provided his expert insights. Read More

In an op-ed published in The Bulletin, CSET’s Owen J. Daniels, discusses the Biden administration's executive order on responsible AI use, emphasizing the importance of clear signals in AI policymaking. Read More

In their recent article published by the Brennan Center for Justice, CSET's Heather Frase and Mia Hoffman, along with Edgardo Cortés and Lawrence Norden from the Brennan Center, delve into the growing role of artificial intelligence (AI) in election administration. The piece explores the potential benefits and risks associated with deploying AI. Read More

In an op-ed published in Nikkei Asia, CSET Research Fellow, Sam Bresnick, explores the recent U.S.-China diplomatic developments, spotlighting the agreement between Presidents Biden and Xi to address global narcotics and discuss AI-related risks in military dialogues. Read More

CSET's Jacob Feldgoise and Hanna Dohmen recently appeared on the Federal Newswire's China Desk Podcast, where they discussed the dynamic U.S.-China technology competition. Read More

On October 17, 2023, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued an update to last year’s export controls on advanced computing, supercomputing and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. This blog post provides an overview of the updated advanced computing controls, analyzes more than 100 relevant chips, and discusses the licensing policies for the expanded chip restrictions and the increased country scope. Read More

In an op-ed published in Breaking Defense, CSET Space Force Fellow, Michael O'Connor, delves into the increasing concerns about AI safety and the need for rigorous safety testing before AI systems are deployed. Read More

On October 30, 2023, the Biden administration released the Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). This blog contemplates a potential lack of balance in the policy discussions between the restrictions that come with governance and the promise of opportunity unleashed by innovation. Is it possible to apply AI standards, governance, safeguards and protections in a manner that stimulates innovation, competitiveness and global leadership for the United States in AI? Read More

Discover how the global landscape of STEM graduates is shifting, potentially reshaping the future of innovation and education worldwide. This blog post analyzes recent education data from the countries with the most graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. For each of the top eleven countries by number of STEM graduates, we present the total number of STEM graduates as well as STEM graduates as a percentage of total graduates in 2020. Read More