China

A CSET study finds that approximately 3,000-5,000 Chinese students are restricted from entering the United States.

Foretell's crowd forecasting can help predict the market of China's politics.

Headline or Trend Line?

Margarita Konaev Andrew Imbrie Ryan Fedasiuk Emily S. Weinstein Katerina Sedova James Dunham
| August 2021

Chinese and Russian government officials are keen to publicize their countries’ strategic partnership in emerging technologies, particularly artificial intelligence. This report evaluates the scope of cooperation between China and Russia as well as relative trends over time in two key metrics of AI development: research publications and investment. The findings expose gaps between aspirations and reality, bringing greater accuracy and nuance to current assessments of Sino-Russian tech cooperation.

CSET's Anna Puglisi discusses China's use of personal data from her testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

Leviathan Wakes: China’s Growing Fleet of Autonomous Undersea Vehicles

Center for International Maritime Security
| August 17, 2021

In his latest piece for the Center for International Maritime Security, CSET's Ryan Fedasiuk unpacks China's growing autonomous undersea vehicles and the implications of their use.

A new CSET reports that by 2025 China will have almost twice as many PhD STEM students as the United States.

According to a CSET study, roughly 3,000 to 5,000 Chinese students are denied a visa to study in the United States per year.

Pull US AI Research Out of China

Defense One
| August 10, 2021

CSET research shows that 10 percent of the AI labs for Facebook, Google, IBM and Microsoft are based in China.

US falling further behind China in STEM PhDs

Asia Times
| August 9, 2021

CSET experts predict that by 2025, Chinese universities will outpace the United States' production of STEM PhDs in a new report.

China Outpaces U.S. in STEM

Latitudes
| August 9, 2021

China could graduate nearly twice as many STEM PhDs as the United States by 2025, according to a new CSET report.