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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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A CSET study estimates growth in semiconductor manufacturing employment by 19 percent from CHIPS Act incentives.

At a hearing before the House Science Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight and Subcommittee on Research and Technology explained the vulnerabilities of open-source software.

COCOM’s daughter?

World ECR
| May 13, 2022

In an opinion piece for World ECR, CSET's Emily Weinstein and Kevin Wolf explain why a multilateral export control regime is needed to address national security and human rights issues.

In his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee CSET Director Dewey Murdick recommends how the U.S. can stay ahead of China in the emerging technology race.

U.S. House Lawmakers Search for Open Source Security Fixes

Government Technology
| May 13, 2022

Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn discussed how open source sharing has benefited the AI community in his testimony before two House Science Subcommittees.

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.

In his testimony before the House, Science, Space and Technology Committee subcommittees, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn shares the vulnerabilities of open-source software.

In his testimony before the House Science Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight and the Subcommittee on Research and Technology, Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn discussed various vulnerabilities within the AI supply chain and the methods hackers use to subvert AI systems.

In his latest CSET brief, Research Analyst Will Hunt explains why exports controls on semiconductor manufacturing equipment against China are an important leveraging tool for the U.S. and its allies.

According to Senior Fellow Andrew Lohn in his testimony before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, the U.S. is the leading global innovator in AI.