International standing

Chinese and U.S. University Rankings

Jack Corrigan Simon Rodriguez
| January 2022

The strength of a country’s talent pipeline depends in no small part on the quality of its universities. This data brief explores how Chinese and U.S. universities perform in two different global university rankings, why their standings have changed over time, and what those trends mean for graduates.

U.S. vs. China Rivalry Boosts Tech—and Tensions

IEEE Spectrum
| December 28, 2021

According to a CSET report, China is actively keeping up with U.S. intelligentized warfare systems with the development of AI-based target recognition and automatic-weapon-firing research.

CSET's Anna Puglisi offers her analysis on China's use of state-sponsored espionage for science and technology development.

According to a CSET report, while 42 of the 62 major AI labs are located outside of the United States, 68% of its staff are located within the United States.

In an opinion piece for Foreign Policy, research analysts Ryan Fedasiuk and Emily Weinstein lay out key resources at the heart of the U.S.-China competition.

Strengthening the U.S.-ROK Technology Alliance

Korea on Point
| December 3, 2021

CSET Research Analyst Ryan Fedasiuk outlines three areas in need of attention to strengthen the U.S.-ROK technology alliance.

According to a CSET report, European countries are lagging behind in global robotics patent trends.

This data brief explores how international collaboration relates to the impact and output of research publications. Focusing on the top 10 countries with the highest publication output from 2010 to 2019, the authors provide a comprehensive analysis across the major fields of science and technology.

Is India the next AI superpower?

Tech Monitor
| November 10, 2021

CSET research shows India is building economic value from basic AI research, but a lack of PhD talent places it behind the United States and China in the development of high-end AI research according to Research Analyst Husanjot Chahal.

A new CSET report reveals China to be the global leader in robotics patents.