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In his testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, CSET Director Dewey Murdick discussed China's strategy to move towards self-sufficiency in key technologies and steps the United States can take to respond.

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From Maritime Quad to Tech Quintet

The National Bureau of Asian Research
| June 28, 2022

CSET's Ryan Fedasiuk and Elliot Silverberg argue that there are numerous opportunities for the new Yoon administration to strengthen South Korea’s partnership with members of the Quad concerning technology and greater cooperation.

Nationwide expansion of semiconductor manufacturing facilities could create as many as 27,000 jobs in the semiconductor industry according to a CSET report.

In his testimony before the House Subcommittee Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Innovation, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn offer recommendations on how to mitigate AI security risks.

What China Needs

The Wire China
| June 27, 2022

CSET Translation Manager Ben Murphy explains how U.S. policymaker's can leverage China's technological chokepoints.

In his testimony before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Innovation, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn discussed the application of AI systems in cybersecurity and AI’s vulnerabilities.

In her coauthored report, CSET Research Analyst Dahlia Peterson offers recommendations for democratic governments and civil society to rein in the unchecked spread and use of surveillance technology.

Research Analyst Will Hunt recommends allocating at least $23 billion of the $37 billion manufacturing incentives in the CHIPS Act for leading-node logic chips if the U.S. wants to produce advanced technological military equipment.

In his testimony before the Senate Armed Forces Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn touched on AI's capabilities within cybersecurity offensive and defensive operations.

Sending cutting-edge technology to the frontline of Ukraine is an opportunity for the United States to get operational experience and give Ukrainians newer and helpful capabilities on the battlefield according to CSET Margarita Konaev.

In a May CSET webinar, Emily Weinstein and Kevin Wolf propose an export control regime that could effectively keep sensitive technologies from being missed by authoritarian governments and reduce pressure on the U.S. to impose unilateral controls.