News Releases

September 25, 2019:  Intelligence, Defense Leaders Say U.S. Will Suffer Without Wiser AI Investment National and international security are increasingly reliant on artificial intelligence, but U.S. security interests will suffer if the United States doesn’t work with its allies to invest wisely in AI capabilities, leading figures from the intelligence and defense communities said today at Georgetown University.

September 18, 2019:  New CSET report: China’s Access to Foreign AI Technology –  China is broadening its deeply rooted technology transfer practices to include artificial intelligence. As these efforts bear fruit, our new report discusses how the United States can and should respond.

September 17, 2019: New CSET report: Immigration Policy and the U.S. AI Sector –  As the artificial intelligence field becomes more developed globally, restrictive immigration policies threaten America’s ability to recruit and retain foreign AI talent, CSET researchers report in a new study.

September 16, 2019: New CSET report: Strengthening the U.S. AI Workforce – A prolonged talent shortage could undermine U.S. strength in artificial intelligence, which is increasingly important to national security, and current immigration policies would only make it worse, according to a report CSET released today.