A CSET report written by Emily S. Weinstein and Ngor Luong was cited in an article by Foreign Policy. The article delves into Joe Biden's recent executive order to initiate restrictions on U.S. investment in three specific technology sectors in China: semiconductors, quantum information technologies, and artificial intelligence (AI).
CSET's Margarita Konaev was featured in an article published by The Wall Street Journal that delves into the accelerating research efforts by the United States and China to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into their respective militaries, as part of a global competition to leverage the advancements in AI technology.
In an op-ed featured in Barron's, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein discusses the recent proposed regulations by the Biden administration to restrict U.S. investments in critical technology sectors in China. The regulations target advancements in semiconductors, microelectronics, quantum technologies, and AI systems, with concerns about potential military applications benefiting adversaries like China.
In an article published by The Wall Street Journal, Emily S. Weinstein shared her expert insights. The article discusses how the strong collaboration between the U.S. and China in scientific research is weakening due to worsening relations between the two countries.
CSET's Ngor Luong provided her expert analysis in an article published by Fox Business. The article delves into the recently proposed restrictions on U.S. investments in China's technology sector by the Biden administration.
In a recent NPR radio segment, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein shared her insights regarding the new regulations aimed at restricting U.S. investments in key technologies in China, along with the Biden administration's decision to block advanced microchip exports to China.
In his op-ed featured in Defense One, Jaret Riddick discusses the need for the Pentagon to leverage existing laws and new metrics to enhance the research capacity of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in the United States.
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