China’s Tech Money Is Now Radioactive

Foreign Policy
| February 2, 2023

U.S. Outbound Investment into Chinese AI Companies

Emily S. Weinstein Ngor Luong
| February 2023

U.S. policymakers are increasingly concerned about the national security implications of U.S. investments in China, and some are considering a new regime for reviewing outbound investment security. The authors identify the main U.S. investors active in the Chinese artificial intelligence market and the set of AI companies in China that have benefitted from U.S. capital. They also recommend next steps for U.S. policymakers to better address the concerns over capital flowing into the Chinese AI ecosystem.

In an interview with the Australian network ABC TV News, Research Analyst Hanna Dohmen explained the significance of China's new regulations on deepfakes.

Rise of Open-Source Intelligence Tests U.S. Spies

Wall Street Journal
| December 11, 2022

According to research by CSET's William Hannas, China puts a premium on OSINT and has an estimated 100,000 analysts tasked with scouring scientific and technical developments globally, mostly in the United States.

Inside the transatlantic tensions over chips

National Journal
| December 7, 2022

U.S. export controls that restrict access to semiconductor tools mean China will have a hard time building new chip fabs according to CSET's Jacob Feldgoise.