Tag Archive: Russia

Georgetown’s Katerina Sedova talked about Russia’s use of cyberattacks as part of its attack on Ukraine on C-SPAN.

Research Fellow Katerina Sedova discusses a variety of ways the Biden administration and its allies are supporting Ukraine against Russian cyberattacks.

CSET Research Fellow Katerina Sedova discusses the possibility of Russian cyberattacks targeting the United States if the U.S. sanctions Russia for an invasion into Ukraine.

Can Russia back down in Ukraine?

| January 22, 2022

CSET's Margarita Konaev discusses future possible outcomes of Russia's military strategy amidst ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

Trends in Robotics Patents

Margarita Konaev Sara Abdulla
| November 2021

Advances in robotics technology are having a transformative effect on how people work, travel, communicate, and fight wars. This data brief provides an overview of global trends in robotics patents between 2005 and 2019, focusing in particular on the state of robotics patenting in Russia, as well as developments in military robotics patents both in Russia and across the globe.

A new CSET report "Headline or Trend Line? Evaluating Chinese-Russian Collaboration in AI" uses data-backed analysis to address the Sino-Russian partnership and its effect on U.S. strategic interests.

Headline or Trend Line?

Margarita Konaev Andrew Imbrie Ryan Fedasiuk Emily S. Weinstein Katerina Sedova James Dunham
| August 2021

Chinese and Russian government officials are keen to publicize their countries’ strategic partnership in emerging technologies, particularly artificial intelligence. This report evaluates the scope of cooperation between China and Russia as well as relative trends over time in two key metrics of AI development: research publications and investment. The findings expose gaps between aspirations and reality, bringing greater accuracy and nuance to current assessments of Sino-Russian tech cooperation.

Russian AI Research 2010-2018

Margarita Konaev James Dunham
| October 2020

Over the last decade, Moscow has boosted funding of universities and implemented reforms in order to make Russia a global leader in AI. As part of that effort, Russian researchers have expanded their English-language publication output, a key—if imperfect—measure of the country’s innovation and impact. Between 2010 and 2018, the number of English-language publications by Russian scientists in AI-related fields increased six-fold.

Plus, Lockheed Martin to develop cyber jamming pod, Huawei partners with chipmakers, and many AI COVID-19 models found to be unreliable

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