Tag Archive: Immigration

Plus using NLP to identify disinformation, the USCC annual report and progress on AI R&D

China’s technology transfer programs are broad, deeply rooted and calculated to support the country’s development of artificial intelligence, providing China early insight and access to foreign technical innovations.

Plus, new CSET reports on the AI workforce, AI immigration policies and Chinese technology transfer

As the artificial intelligence field becomes more developed globally, restrictive immigration policies threaten America’s ability to recruit and retain foreign AI talent, according to a new CSET report.

A prolonged talent shortage could undermine U.S. strength in artificial intelligence, which is increasingly important to national security, and current immigration policies would only make it worse, according to a new CSET report.

Strengthening the U.S. AI Workforce

Remco Zwetsloot
| September 2019

A sustained talent shortage could undermine U.S. strength in artificial intelligence; current immigration policies would make it worse. Read our recommendations for bolstering U.S. leadership in AI research and practice.

Immigration Policy and the U.S. AI Sector

Zachary Arnold
| September 2019

As the artificial intelligence field becomes more developed globally, the United States will continue to rely on foreign AI talent to stay ahead of the curve. Here are our preliminary recommendations to maintain current U.S. leadership, bolster the domestic AI workforce and improve the outlook for the future.

CSET Director of Strategy Helen Toner testified before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission in "Technology, Trade, and Military-Civil Fusion: China’s Pursuit of Artificial Intelligence, New Materials, and New Energy."