This month’s Roundup is filled with all treats, and no tricks. Our latest brief examined U.S. government approaches to regulating foreign technology threats and ways to build stronger defense systems against foreign threats. Our experts recommended the use of a common set of terms to instantiate responsible AI for the U.S. Department of Defense by adopting characteristics from the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s AI Risk Management Framework draft. We also released two Data Snapshots about GitHub’s benefits for researching the emerging technology landscape. A new item this month is the Translation Snapshot, a short post that highlights related translations produced by our in-house translation team. This Snapshot summarized our most noteworthy translations of Chinese technology strategies. Also included is Director of Data Science and Research Catherine Aiken’s testimony before the National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee on measuring progress in U.S. AI research and development.
Our latest publications:
- Banned in D.C. by Jack Corrigan, Sergio Fontanez and Michael Kratsios
- Tech Proliferation: How GitHub Facilitates Academic Breakout by Christian Schoeberl
- Catherine Aiken’s Testimony before the National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee by Catherine Aiken
- Popularity != Public Implementation: How Organizations Leverage Open Source Code by Christian Schoeberl
- “Internet+” Artificial Intelligence Three-Year Action and Implementation Plan
- A Common Language for Responsible AI by Emelia Probasco