Tag Archive: Alliances

CSET experts will discuss strategies for the Biden Administration to ensure U.S. leadership in artificial intelligence and emerging technology.

How the next White House should handle AI

Axios
| September 23, 2020

Axios Future highlighted a series of one-pagers issued by CSET providing AI policy recommendations for the next presidential administration to consider and implement. The full piece from Axios can be found below.

System Re-engineering

Melissa Flagg
| September 2020

The United States must adopt a new approach to R&D policy to optimize the diversity of the current system, manage the risks of system dispersion and deliver the benefits of R&D to society. This policy brief provides a new framework for understanding the U.S. R&D ecosystem and recommendations for repositioning the role of the federal government in R&D.

An Alliance-Centered Approach to AI

Andrew Imbrie Ryan Fedasiuk
| September 2020

Collaborating with allies to shape the trajectory of artificial intelligence and protect against digital authoritarianism

Power on the Precipice

September 8, 2020

Former Deputy National Security Advisor hosted Dr. Andrew Imbrie, a senior fellow at CSET, for a discussion on his new book, Power on the Precipice.

Power on the Precipice

September 4, 2020

Avril Haines will host CSET Senior Fellow Andrew Imbrie for a discussion of his new book, Power on the Precipice, which outlines a strategy for maintaining U.S. global leadership in a turbulent world.

CSET's Melissa Flagg spoke with Axios about her recent research on global investment in R&D. While the U.S. global share has fallen, the R&D of the United States and its allies accounts for more than 50% of global R&D, she argued.

Global R&D and a New Era of Alliances

Melissa Flagg
| June 2020

Research and development funding and technological leadership are crucial to sustaining America’s comparative advantages. While the prevailing narrative suggests that China leads in a bipolar competition, in reality, the United States and its allies comprise a majority of global R&D.

Plus, Nvidia purchases Mellanox, MIT ends collaboration with iFlyTek, and JAIC requests information on testing and evaluation

China seeks to develop an indigenous semiconductor industry. It is in the strategic interest of the United States and democratic friends for China to remain reliant on them for state-of-the-art computer chips, especially as Beijing invests heavily in advanced chips.