More than $52 billion in subsidies and a 25 percent tax credit for investments in domestic semiconductor manufacturing.
A $20 billion authorization for the National Science Foundation’s new Directorate — the Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships, which launched earlier this year — tasked with supporting domestic development of critical technologies in AI, energy, and other areas.
$13 billion authorized for NSF-funded STEM workforce development, including AI scholarship-for-service and microelectronics education programs.
$9 billion authorized for NIST, including funding for research and standards development in industries of the future.
In Translation CSET’s translations of significant foreign language documents on AI
PRC Academy of Engineering Budget:Chinese Academy of Engineering 2022 Annual Budget. This document is the 2022 budget of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, a state-run body of professional Chinese engineers that provides technology policy advice to the government and runs laboratories focused on applied technology research.
PRC Association of Science and Technology Budget:China Association of Science and Technology 2022 Budget. This document is the 2022 budget of the China Association of Science and Technology, a Communist Party-led professional association for Chinese scientists. CAST is funded by the Chinese government and promotes scientific ethics and science popularization. Among other projects, this year’s budget funds an effort to reform the country’s Chinese- and English-language scientific journals.
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Research Fellow — AI Assessment: This Research Fellow will focus on standards, testing, evaluation, safety and national security issues associated with AI systems. To do this, they will examine how the limitations, risk, and society and security impacts of AI can be understood and managed. Apply by August 15.
Research Fellow — AI Applications: This Research Fellow will focus on helping decision makers evaluate and translate new and emerging technologies, particularly in the field of AI, into novel capabilities by separating real trends and strategic opportunities from technological hope and hype. Apply by August 15.
Research Fellow — CyberAI: This Research Fellow will focus on exploring topics at the intersection of AI and cyber. AI techniques, specifically machine learning, offer an opportunity to uplift cyber defenses, but they also may create new threats to cyber infrastructure. This Research Fellow will examine potential machine learning (ML) applications to identify associated challenges and make relevant policy recommendations. A key to success will be the ability to explain the implications of these emergent capabilities to a non-technical audience. Apply by August 15.
Visual Communications Specialist: The Visual Communications Specialist will support the External Affairs Team in raising the profile of CSET researchers and our research through a variety of outreach activities, with a focus on graphics, multimedia, and publications. Apply by September 16.
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U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission: On August 3, CSET Research Fellow Emily Weinstein testified before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission at a hearing on “Challenges from Chinese Policy in 2022: Zero-COVID, Ukraine, and Pacific Diplomacy.” Read her testimony or watch it here.
On July 28, the CSET webinar Creating an Innovation Workforce for Uncertain Times featured a conversation between Department of Labor Chief Innovation Officer Chike Aguh and CSET’s Anna Puglisi and Diana Gehlhaus about how the United States can prepare an innovative workforce for the future.
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