In reporting on Biden Administration actions to attract and retain STEM talent, Reuters cites CSET's work analyzing the pace of STEM PhD graduation rates in China and the United States.

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.

China falls silent about it recruitment efforts

Science Magazine
| January 20, 2022

China's information on talent recruitment efforts seemed to start disappearing around the launch of the United State's China Initiative according to Research Analyst Emily Weinstein.

CSET Research Analyst Emily Weinstein joins the Lawfare podcast to discuss the Dr. Lieber case and the China Initiative.

50 Global Hubs for Top AI Talent

Harvard Business Review
| December 21, 2021

In an analysis on diversity within AI tech talent, a CSET report found that black workers constitute only 11.8% of the AI tech workforce.

Help Wanted

The Wire China
| December 12, 2021

According to a CSET report, China has graduated more STEM PhD students than the United States since the mid-2000s and is set to graduate twice as many by 2025.

Github Analysis Shows India As An Emerging AI Superpower

Analytics India Magazine
| November 15, 2021

CSET's Husanjot Chahal discusses India's economic role as an emerging AI superpower.

In an op-ed for TechCrunch, CSET Research Analyst Dakota Cary examines China's evolution of state-sponsored hackers for cyber espionage.

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.

Federal AI Workforce Development Requires Skills Diversity

Government CIO Media & Research
| November 08, 2021

Skills and diversity are needed for a strong AI workforce according to CSET's Diana Gehlhaus during Government CIO's National Security virtual event.