Tag Archive: Artificial intelligence

In an article published by NPR which the discusses the surge in AI-generated spam on Facebook and other social media platforms, CSET's Josh A. Goldstein provided his expert insights.

In an article published by The Associated Press that discusses an upcoming meeting between high-level representatives from the United States and China in Geneva to discuss artificial intelligence, Sam Bresnick provided his expert insights.

In an article published by Axios that discusses how AI-driven "biosurveillance" could be instrumental in detecting future pandemics or biological attacks, CSET's Steph Batalis provided her expert insights.

U.S. Big Tech in China: Too Big to Bail

The Wire China
| May 6, 2024

In their op-ed featured in The Wire China, CSET's Ngor Luong, Sam Bresnick, and Kathleen Curlee provide their expert analysis on the changing landscape for U.S. big tech companies in China.

An article published by Axios cited data from CSET's Emerging Technology Observatory. These findings indicate that China has surpassed the United States as the leading producer of research in more than half of AI's prominent fields.

CSET's Director of Strategy and Foundational Research Grants Helen Toner delivered a talk at TED2024 on the importance of developing smart AI policy, even in the face of uncertainty.

How Will AI Change Cyber Operations?

War on the Rocks
| April 30, 2024

In her op-ed featured in War on the Rocks, CSET's Jenny Jun discussed the nuanced relationship between AI and cyber operations, highlighting both the optimism and caution within the U.S. government regarding AI's impact on cyber defense and offense.

In their op-ed featured in Breaking Defense, CSET's Sam Bresnick and Emelia Probasco provide their expert analysis on the involvement of US tech giants in conflicts, such as the Ukraine war, and raise important questions about their role and potential entanglements in future conflicts, particularly those involving Taiwan.

“AI Chips: What They Are and Why They Matter,“ a report by CSET, was referenced in a Business Insider article. The article explores the urgent need in the US for more workers skilled in building AI chips. It highlights a significant decline in the American semiconductor workforce over the past two decades.

In an article published by the Associated Press exploring the rivalry between the U.S. and China in military planning, particularly focusing on a new form of warfare utilizing swarms of air and sea drones equipped with artificial intelligence (AI), CSET's Margarita Konaev offers her expert insight.