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In an article published by the Associated Press exploring the rivalry between the U.S. and China in military planning, particularly focusing on a new form of warfare utilizing swarms of air and sea drones equipped with artificial intelligence (AI), CSET's Margarita Konaev offers her expert insight.

In their op-ed featured in Lawfare, CSET’s Matthew Burtell and Helen Toner shared their expert analysis on the significant implications of government procurement and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) systems, emphasizing the need for high ethical and safety standards.

CSET's Sam Bresnick discussed Chinese military capabilities with the South China Morning Post.

"U.S. and Chinese Military AI Purchases," a report by CSET, was referenced in an Axios article. The article explores the potential threat of AI-powered drone swarms, which could challenge the dominance of advanced military technologies.

In EqualAI's podcast 'In AI We Trust?', Helen Toner discusses key AI issues like China's policies, AI in warfare, and regulation challenges.

The Nvidia Chips Inside Powerful AI Supercomputers

The Wall Street Journal
| March 6, 2024

In an article published by the Wall Street Journal, which centers on Nvidia's pivotal role and success in the artificial intelligence (AI) sector, CSET's Hanna Dohmen shares her expertise on graphics processing units (GPUs).

In a recent episode of The Lawfare Podcast, which explores the use of autonomous and AI-enabled weapons in warfare, Lauren Kahn, a Senior Research Analyst at CSET, provides her expert take.

The October 30, 2023, White House executive order on artificial intelligence requires companies developing the most advanced AI models to report safety testing results to the federal government. CSET Horizon Junior Fellow Thomas Woodside writes that these requirements are a good first step towards managing uncertain risks and Congress should consider codifying them into law.

Should we be concerned about the future of artificial intelligence?

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
| February 22, 2024

In an Australian Broadcasting Corporation 7.30 segment that discusses the concerns about the current understanding of AI technology, Helen Toner provided her expert insights.

Which Ties Will Bind?

Sam Bresnick Ngor Luong Kathleen Curlee
| February 2024

U.S. technology companies have become important actors in modern conflicts, and several of them have meaningfully contributed to Ukraine’s defense. But many of these companies are deeply entangled with China, potentially complicating their decision-making in a potential Taiwan contingency.