Tag Archive: United States

In an op-ed published in The Bulletin, CSET’s Owen J. Daniels, discusses the Biden administration's executive order on responsible AI use, emphasizing the importance of clear signals in AI policymaking.

AI and Biorisk: An Explainer

Steph Batalis
| December 2023

Recent government directives, international conferences, and media headlines reflect growing concern that artificial intelligence could exacerbate biological threats. When it comes to biorisk, AI tools are cited as enablers that lower information barriers, enhance novel biothreat design, or otherwise increase a malicious actor’s capabilities. In this explainer, CSET Biorisk Research Fellow Steph Batalis summarizes the state of the biorisk landscape with and without AI.

In an op-ed published in Nikkei Asia, CSET Research Fellow, Sam Bresnick, explores the recent U.S.-China diplomatic developments, spotlighting the agreement between Presidents Biden and Xi to address global narcotics and discuss AI-related risks in military dialogues.

Ep. 25 – Jacob Feldgoise & Hanna Dohmen

The Federal Newswire
| December 5, 2023

CSET's Jacob Feldgoise and Hanna Dohmen recently appeared on the Federal Newswire's China Desk Podcast, where they discussed the dynamic U.S.-China technology competition.

In an op-ed published in Breaking Defense, CSET Space Force Fellow, Michael O'Connor, delves into the increasing concerns about AI safety and the need for rigorous safety testing before AI systems are deployed.

The Global Distribution of STEM Graduates: Which Countries Lead the Way?

Brendan Oliss Cole McFaul Jaret C. Riddick
| November 27, 2023

Discover how the global landscape of STEM graduates is shifting, potentially reshaping the future of innovation and education worldwide. This blog post analyzes recent education data from the countries with the most graduates in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. For each of the top eleven countries by number of STEM graduates, we present the total number of STEM graduates as well as STEM graduates as a percentage of total graduates in 2020.

Why Xi Can No Longer Brag About the Chinese Economy

The Wall Street Journal
| November 14, 2023

In an article published by The Wall Street Journal that delves into the changing economic dynamics between the U.S. and China, CSET's Ngor Luong provides her expert insight.

In a KCBS Radio segment that explores the rapid rise of AI and its potential impact on the 2024 election, CSET's Josh Goldstein provides his expert insights.

CSET's Helen Toner provided her expert insights with Bloomberg about the competition between the United States and China in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

Can Chatbots Help You Build a Bioweapon?

Foreign Policy
| November 5, 2023

In an op-ed published in Foreign Policy, CSET’s Steph Batalis discusses the potential misuse of artificial intelligence chatbots in providing instructions for the construction of biological weapons.