"U.S. S&T policy must now progress from its successful postwar framework to a new framework fit for the twenty-first century," write CSET's Melissa Flagg and Paul Harris in Issues in Science and Technology.
The United States and its allies should seek to promote “emerging technology that advances liberal democratic values,” said Tarun Chhabra. He was quoted in a Brookings piece on facial recognition norms.
CSET experts are weighing in on key challenges at the nexus of national security and emerging technology, collaborating across think tanks and garnering media coverage on issues ranging from deepfakes to Chinese technology transfer.
What key elements are necessary for AI to succeed? A recent blog post from the Bipartisan Policy Center dove into this question, citing CSET reports on comparative advantage in AI, advanced computing chips and the U.S. AI workforce
CSET provides an overview of the latest artificial intelligence, science and technology legislation, including several proposals up for consideration as Congress debates the annual National Defense Authorization Act.
The adoption of artificial intelligence will transform the global economy and international politics. Andrew Imbrie explores the different ways AI may develop in the future and how governance structures will need to adapt accordingly.
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