Tag Archive: United States

Viral Families and Disease X: A Framework for U.S. Pandemic Preparedness Policy

Caroline Schuerger Steph Batalis Katherine Quinn Amesh Adalja Anna Puglisi
| April 2023

Pandemic threats are increasing as globalization, urbanization, and encroachment on animal habitats cause infectious outbreaks to become more frequent and severe. It is imperative that the United States build a pipeline of medical countermeasure development, beginning with basic scientific research and culminating in approved therapies. This report assesses preparedness for families of viral pathogens of pandemic potential and offers recommendations for steps the U.S. government can take to prepare for future pandemics.

Can Intel become the chip champion the US needs?

The Financial Times
| April 14, 2023

A policy brief by CSET’s Will Hunt was referenced in an article published by The Financial Times discussing Intel's decision to ignore a new chip-making technology nearly a decade ago and how it has put it and the US behind in the global semiconductor manufacturing race.

Breaking Defense published an article that explores both the potential benefits and risks of generative artificial intelligence, featuring insights from CSET's Micah Musser.

An article by Bloomberg Law referenced a report by CSET's Emily S. Weinstein and Ngor Luong.

CSET's Dr. Jaret C. Riddick was quoted in an article published by GovCon Wire on the challenges faced by the US military in adopting new technology and their search for talent.

CSET's Hanna Dohmen was quoted in an article published by University World News on competition between China and the United States in AI research.

University World News published an article featuring CSET's Hanna Dohmen. Dohmen discussed about China's development of AI writing tools similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT.

Foreign Policy published an article about competition between the United States and China in the field of artificial intelligence, featuring insights from CSET's Emily S. Weinstein.

The case for slowing down AI

| March 20, 2023

CSET'S Helen Toner was recently cited in a Vox piece discussing the popular narrative of an AI arms race between the US and China.