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Chinese Students Are Not a Fifth Column

Foreign Affairs
| April 23, 2021

CSET Research Fellows Remco Zwetsloot and Zachary Arnold argue against the banning of Chinese STEM students from the United States and outline how rejecting foreign talent hampers U.S. innovation.


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CSET Senior Fellow Anna Puglisi discusses China's new systematic approach to acquiring new technologies through U.S. companies and universities.

Github Analysis Shows India As An Emerging AI Superpower

Analytics India Magazine
| November 15, 2021

CSET's Husanjot Chahal discusses India's economic role as an emerging AI superpower.

In an op-ed for TechCrunch, CSET Research Analyst Dakota Cary examines China's evolution of state-sponsored hackers for cyber espionage.

CSET's Ngor Luong spoke the Federal News Network's "Federal Drive with Tom Temin" to discuss defense companies' investment in AI.

Research Analyst Ryan Fedasiuk reveals China's artificial intelligence intentions in an op-ed for Breaking Defense.

In an opinion piece for Politico, Ryan Fedasiuk highlights China's adoption of artificial intelligence into its military systems using evidence from his CSET report.

Is India the next AI superpower?

Tech Monitor
| November 10, 2021

CSET research shows India is building economic value from basic AI research, but a lack of PhD talent places it behind the United States and China in the development of high-end AI research according to Research Analyst Husanjot Chahal.

Artificial Intelligence and the People’s Liberation Army: A Conversation with Ryan Fedasiuk

Center for Strategic and International Studies
| November 9, 2021

CSET's Ryan Fedasiuk joins CSIS' ChinaPower podcast for a discussion on the People's Liberation Army's adoption of AI.

Federal AI Workforce Development Requires Skills Diversity

Government CIO Media & Research
| November 08, 2021

Skills and diversity are needed for a strong AI workforce according to CSET's Diana Gehlhaus during Government CIO's National Security virtual event.

CSET's report "Trends in Robotics Patents," shows that 35 percent of robotics patents are from China.