Tag Archive: United States

In his opinion piece in The Hill, Research Analyst Luke Koslosky discusses the role of community colleges in training the next generation of the U.S. AI workforce.

A CSET study finds that U.S. universities do not have enough teachers to meant the growing demand for an AI education.

Biden’s War on Chinese Computer Chips Harms Americans

The National Interest
| June 12, 2022

A CSET study found that the United States currently builds fewer fabs than the rest of the world.

According to Research Analyst Will Hunt, leading node chips are necessary if the United States wants to maintain its technological military edge.

A CSET report analyzes artificial intelligence collaboration across Quad members.

Quad AI

Husanjot Chahal Ngor Luong Sara Abdulla Margarita Konaev
| May 2022

Through the Quad forum, the United States, Australia, Japan and India have committed to pursuing an open, accessible and secure technology ecosystem and offering a democratic alternative to China’s techno-authoritarian model. This report assesses artificial intelligence collaboration across the Quad and finds that while Australia, Japan and India each have close AI-related research and investment ties to both the United States and China, they collaborate far less with one another.

In his testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, CSET Director Dewey Murdick discussed China's strategy to move towards self-sufficiency in key technologies and steps the United States can take to respond.

Deemed by OODA Loop as one of the best policy research organizations that they track and analyze, the article gives an overview of CSET's latest brief on the U.S. retention of foreign STEM talent.

Training Tomorrow’s AI Workforce

Diana Gehlhaus Luke Koslosky
| April 2022

Community and technical colleges offer enormous potential to grow, sustain, and diversify the U.S. artificial intelligence (AI) talent pipeline. However, these institutions are not being leveraged effectively. This report evaluates current AI-related programs and the associated number of graduates. The authors find that few AI and AI-related degrees and certificates are being awarded today. They propose five recommendations to address existing challenges and harness the potential of these institutions to train tomorrow’s AI workforce.

About 77% of the roughly 178,000 international students who received a STEM PhD between 2000 and 2015 were still in the U.S. as of early 2017 according to a CSET report.