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In the AI era, adaptable policy is a necessity

The Hill

August 18, 2023

In their op-ed featured in The Hill, CSET's Dewey Murdick and Jack Corrigan provide expert analysis on the rapid emergence of generative artificial intelligence tools like OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Bard. The piece delves into the growing concerns among leaders in government, industry, and academia regarding the control of the development and utilization of this emerging technology and provide solutions to address it.

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Dewey Murdick

December 2019

Dewey Murdick is CSET's Executive Director. Prior to joining CSET as its founding Director of Data Science, he was the Director of Science Analytics at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

Jack Corrigan

March 2021

Jack Corrigan is a Senior Research Analyst focusing on talent and research security issues.


The Policy Playbook

June 2023

This brief provides a framework for a systems-oriented approach to technology and national security strategy. It identifies and discusses the tensions among three strategic goals of technology and national security policy — driving technological innovation, impeding adversaries’ progress, and promoting safe, values-driven technology deployment — and highlights various levers of power that policymakers can use to pursue those goals. This adaptable framework, suitable for any country or international body, emphasizes the importance of creative problem-solving and maintaining a comprehensive understanding of the policy landscape.