In an op-ed published in Foreign Affairs, CSET's Helen Toner discusses concerns and debates surrounding the regulation of artificial intelligence in the United States, particularly in relation to the competition with China.
A CSET report written by Saif M. Khan was cited in an article published by the Associated Press discussing Nvidia’s achievement of joining the $1 trillion market capitalization club, highlighting its success in the growing field of artificial intelligence.
A CSET report written by Saif M. Khan was cited in an article published by the Associated Press discussing the impressive surge in Nvidia's stock price and its robust revenue forecast. The article highlights the transformative potential of artificial intelligence in the tech sector.
The Messenger published an article featuring insights from CSET's Mina Narayanan. The article delves into the growing concerns surrounding the regulation of artificial intelligence and the challenges Congress faces in developing rules for its use.
In late 2020, China established the Beijing Institute for General Artificial Intelligence, a state-backed institution dedicated to building software that emulates or surpasses human cognition in many or all of its aspects. Open source materials now available provide insight into BIGAI’s goals, scope, organization, methodology, and staffing. The project formalizes a trend evident in Chinese AI development toward broadly capable (general) AI.
A CSET report was cited in an article published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists discussing the increasing use of artificial intelligence and the need for better AI literacy in the United States.
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