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CSET Experts in the News

November 18, 2020

From China’s AI ambitions to the role of deepfakes in this year’s elections, CSET continues to provide insight on the critical issues at the intersection of national security and emerging technology.

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CSET Experts in the News

November 18, 2020

From China’s AI ambitions to the role of deepfakes in this year’s elections, CSET continues to provide insight on the critical issues at the intersection of national security and emerging technology.

Foretell is CSET's crowd forecasting pilot 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

October 22, 2020

From U.S.-China tech battles to building trust between soldiers and their artificial intelligence tools, CSET experts continue to weigh in on the most compelling questions in emerging technology.

CSET Experts in the News

September 15, 2020

CSET is making waves among policymakers, opinion leaders and media on issues ranging from U.S.-China decoupling to the role of international talent in American AI leadership.

How to Lead Innovation in a Changed World

Issues in Science and Technology
| September 9, 2020

"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 in the News

August 15, 2020

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 Is Needed for AI to Succeed?

Bipartisan Policy Center
| August 14, 2020

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

As Congress plunges into conference negotiations on its annual defense authorization bill, CSET highlights major AI and S&T provisions adopted by both chambers.