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In Translation CSET’s translations of significant foreign language documents on AI
PRC AI White Paper:Artificial Intelligence Standardization White Paper (2021 Edition). This white paper, issued by a PRC state-run think tank, provides an extensive overview of Chinese government standards-setting related to AI. Appendices list all of China’s current and planned AI standards and include case studies of recent PRC applications of AI in fields such as mass surveillance and smart logistics.
If you have a foreign-language document related to security and emerging technologies that you’d like translated into English, CSET may be able to help! Click here for details.
Please apply or share the roles below with candidates in your network:
AI Research Subgrant (AIRS) Program Director: CSET’s AIRS program will promote the exploration of foundational technical topics that relate to the potential national security implications of AI over the long term via research subgrants. The Director of AIRS will manage all technical, programmatic, and financial aspects of the new AIRS program.
Research Fellow – Cyber/AI: CSET’s CyberAI project is currently seeking Research Fellow candidates to focus on machine learning (ML) applications for cybersecurity to assess their potential and identify recommendations for policymakers (background in ML programming or cybersecurity highly desired:). Submit your application by October 15.
Senior Fellow: CSET’s Senior Fellows provide mentorship and intellectual leadership; shape and lead lines of inquiry and research projects aligned to our research priorities; and facilitate engagements with government, military, academic, and industry leaders.
Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, the home institution for CSET, is hiring for a Professor of the Practice in Security Studies and Director of External Education and Outreach: This three-year, non-tenure-line faculty position in the Security Studies Program will have teaching administrative responsibilities. The candidate would teach four courses a year and oversee SSP’s external education and outreach activities. A Ph.D. with a specialization in a security-related area is preferred. The start date for this position is January 1, 2022, though flexibility on start date is possible. Review of applications will begin on October 22, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
Gracias Family Chair in Security and Emerging Technology: This non-tenure-track, rank-open position will have teaching and administrative responsibilities in the Security Studies Program, with potential for affiliations with CSET and the Science, Technology and International Affairs Program. The successful candidate will have a record of professional or teaching experience focused on security and emerging technology, with a particular focus on AI and its implications for national and international security. Review of applications will begin October 13 and continue until the position is filled.
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