This month our researchers examined China’s progress in artificial intelligence research, the use of “decoupling” to advance U.S. strategic interests, and the importance of AI education to fuel an AI talent pipeline. Our latest brief explored high school cybersecurity competitions as a potential avenue to increase the domestic cyber talent pipeline and its impact on students’ educational and professional development. Our experts also found that U.S. universities are unable to keep up with the student demand for AI curricula, contributing to AI faculty shortages. They identify probable causes and offer recommendations for increasing teaching capacities.
Our latest publications:
- U.S. High School Cybersecurity Competitions by Kayla Goode, Ali Crawford and Christopher Back
- Decoupling in Strategic Technologies by Tim Hwang and Emily Weinstein
- Counting AI Research by Daniel Chou
- China’s Advanced AI Research by William Hannas, Huey-Meei Chang, Daniel Chou and Brian Fleeger
- AI Faculty Shortages by Remco Zwetsloot and Jack Corrigan