Tag Archive: Supply chain

Inside the transatlantic tensions over chips

National Journal
| December 7, 2022

U.S. export controls that restrict access to semiconductor tools mean China will have a hard time building new chip fabs according to CSET's Jacob Feldgoise.

Chipmaker faces heightened scrutiny over China exports

Supply Chain Daily
| September 8, 2022

In an interview with Supply Chain Daily, Research Analyst Karson Elmgren discussed how the United States can protect its interests in the global chip supply chain after placing restrictions on chipmakers Nvidia and AMD for selling chips to China.

BGI Shakes Up Sequencing

The Wire China

CSET's Anna Puglisi expresses her concerns over Chinese genome sequencing company BGI Group entering the U.S. sequencing market.

CSET submitted this comment to the Department of Commerce to inform incentives, infrastructure, and research and development needed to support a strong domestic semiconductor industry.

Hacking Poses Risks for Artificial Intelligence

| March 1, 2022

CSET Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn discusses the potential for AI and machine learning software to be susceptible to data poisoning.

In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, Research Analyst Will Hunt debates the merits of subsidizing the manufacturing of semiconductors in the United States. 

Summarizing CSET on Security Without Collateral Damage

China Tech Threat
| April 5, 2021

CSET's Saif M. Khan spoke with China Tech Threat to explain the importance of supply chain export controls to recognize and reduce national security risks.

CSET submitted this comment to the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security on how to address concerns about the security of semiconductor supply chains in regions where natural disasters, geopolitical events or other factors might cause serious disruptions.

The Chipmakers

Will Hunt Remco Zwetsloot
| September 2020

Technical leadership in the semiconductor industry has been a cornerstone of U.S. military and economic power for decades, but continued competitiveness is not guaranteed. This issue brief exploring the composition of the workforce bolstering U.S. leadership in the semiconductor industry concludes that immigration restrictions are directly at odds with U.S. efforts to secure its supply chains.

Will Hunt is on leave from his role as a Research Analyst. He is currently a Special Advisor for Policy at the U.S. Department of Commerce under an Interdepartmental Personnel Act agreement with CSET.