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This month our experts weighed in on the U.S. artificial intelligence workforce policy, AI safety and reliability, data fusion in Chinese surveillance programs, and much more. 

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This month our experts weighed in on the U.S. artificial intelligence workforce policy, AI safety and reliability, data fusion in Chinese surveillance programs, and much more. 

This month we explored the DOD's hidden AI workforce, small data approaches to AI, and China's Robot Hacking Games.

This month our experts discussed AI accidents, China’s S&T developments, machine learning’s influence in cybersecurity, and more.

The transfer of national security relevant technology—to peer competitors especially—is a well-documented problem and must be balanced with the benefits of free exchange. The following propositions covering six facets of the transfer issue reflect CSET’s current recommendations on the matter.

August Research Roundup

August 31, 2021

This month we explored the Sino-Russian AI partnership, Indonesia's AI promise, China's rapid STEM PhD growth and more.

CSET's new grant brings its total funding to more than $100 million to continue its research and analysis in emerging technologies and their impact on national and international security.

CSET Experts in the News

August 16, 2021

This month, our experts weighed in on China’s STEM Ph.D. production, the U.S. Department of Defense’s use of innovative technology, GPT-3 and more to inform you about the latest developments in national security and emerging technology.

This month we explored China's technological developments, AI accidents, innovation tourism and more topics at the intersections of emerging technology and national security.

CSET Research Analyst Will Hunt testified before the Strategic Technologies and Advanced Research (STAR) Subcommittee on "Microelectronics: Levers for Promoting Security and Innovation." He offered recommendations to advance the U.S.' semiconductor industry.

CSET Experts in the News

July 14, 2021

This month, our experts weighed in on the U.S. Justice Department’s China Initiative, semiconductor chip innovation, facial recognition technology and more to keep you informed on the latest research at the intersection of security and emerging technology.