Foreign Policy published an article featuring insights from CSET’s Emily S. Weinstein. The article delves into the competition between the United States and China in the field of artificial intelligence, and how it differs from past technological competitions, with a focus on the private sector’s role and the global dynamics of the technology.
Weinstein provided insight on the topic, stating that the heavy focus on research to evaluate a country’s position in the AI landscape often misses key context, and that this metric increasingly favors China. She then stated, “You can write as many papers as you want; that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re able to commercialize that specific technology.”
Read the full article on Foreign Policy.