In an article published by Barrons and sourced from Agence France-Presse, CSET's Emily S. Weinstein offers expert insights on Beijing's recent restrictions on American chipmaker Micron in critical infrastructure projects.
Vaccines keep the U.S. public healthy while safeguarding economic stability and biosecurity. This report assesses the domestic vaccine manufacturing landscape and identifies two major vulnerabilities: a reliance on foreign manufacturers and a lack of manufacturing redundancy. Maintaining a resilient vaccine supply will require the U.S. government to take steps to protect the existing supply, identify and monitor manufacturing vulnerabilities, and create a stronger domestic production base.
A report by CSET's Will Hunt was referenced in an article published by Tech Report. The article delves into Nvidia's recent announcement regarding the reintroduction of their GPUs into chip factories and their role in accelerating the computational lithography process.
A report by CSET's Will Hunt was referenced in an article published by The Register. The article the reintroduction of Nvidia's GPUs into chip factories to accelerate and enhance various processes in semiconductor manufacturing.
A CSET report was cited in an article published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists discussing the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) and the need for better AI literacy in the United States.
CSET was featured in an article published by Fast Company discussing the American chip industry and the federal government's plan to provide billions to semiconductor manufacturers to establish their next factories in the U.S.
A policy brief by CSET’s Will Hunt was referenced in an article published by The Financial Times discussing Intel's decision to ignore a new chip-making technology nearly a decade ago and how it has put it and the US behind in the global semiconductor manufacturing race.
An article published by Voice of America quoted CSET's Jacob Feldgoise. Feldgoise states that the Chinese government intends to encourage Chinese scientists to make foreign chokepoints irrelevant by financing research in chokepoint technologies.
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