This month our experts made the case for “digital environmentalism” as a solution to fix digital insecurities and bring meaningful change to the digital world. We also analyzed China’s production of AI talent to understand its workforce and what insight it can provide for U.S. policymakers. This month’s Data Snapshot shared the benefits of open source software for organizations using hosting sites like GitHub. Also included in the Roundup is a formal response to the Office of the National Cyber Director in response to a request for information on a national strategy for a cyber workforce, training, and education, as well as two new translations comparing the strength of the AI industry across China, and a list of international S&T cooperation projects that Chinese companies and research institutes can apply for.
Our latest publications:
- Application Guide for the 2021 First Batch of Projects for the “Intergovernmental International Cooperation on Science and Technology Innovation” Key Special Project (Draft for Feedback)
- A Plea: The Case for Digital Environmentalism by Andrew Burt and Daniel E. Geer, Jr.
- Global GitHub: Mapping the Utilization of Open Source Software by Organizations by Christian Schoeberl
- China’s AI Workforce by Diana Gehlhaus, Joanne Boisson, Sara Abdulla, Jacob Feldgoise, Luke Koslosky and Dahlia Peterson
- Comment to the Office of the National Cyber Director on Cyber Workforce, Training, and Education by Ali Crawford and Jessica Ji