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CSET Experts in the News

May 14, 2021

In recent media coverage, our experts have weighed in on the risks of tech transfer posed by Chinese students in the United States, continuing issues with semiconductor supply chains, India’s capabilities in AI, and more.

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In recent media coverage, our experts have weighed in on the risks of tech transfer posed by Chinese students in the United States, continuing issues with semiconductor supply chains, India’s capabilities in AI, and more.

Covering ethics in AI to talent gaps in the U.S. AI workforce — check out CSET's publications from this past month.

CSET and the Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law hosted an October 2020 symposium to discuss AI policy issues facing lawyers, policymakers and technologists. This blog provides a summary of the discussion. A full report is attached.

CSET Experts in the News

April 13, 2021

With analysis on topics from semiconductor supply chains to maintaining U.S. competitiveness in AI, CSET continues to provide key insight on the critical issues at the intersection of national security and emerging technology.

From India's AI future to the history of Stealth aircraft technology — take a look at all the CSET publications from the past month.

Foretell is CSET's crowd forecasting project focused on technology and security policy. It connects historical and forecast data on near-term events with the big-picture questions that are most relevant to policymakers.

CSET Experts in the News

March 22, 2021

From Chinese surveillance to trust in human-machine relationships, CSET continues to provide insight on the critical issues at the intersection of national security and emerging technology.

Building trust in human-machine teams

Brookings Institute
| February 18, 2021

CSET Research Fellow Margarita Konaev and Research Analyst Husanjot Chahal discuss research gaps on trust in human-machine teaming and how to build trustworthy AI systems for military systems and missions.

CSET Experts in the News

February 16, 2021

From protecting U.S. intellectual property from foreign adversaries to semiconductor competition between the United States and China, our researchers continue to weigh in on the biggest news in national security and emerging technology.

CSET Research Analyst Emily Weinstein emphasizes the increased role China's civil entities play in its military and defense strategy.