A CSET study found that a quarter of AI professionals view Pentagon work in a negative light, and 78% consider it a positive or neutral.

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.

Parents are now sending their kids to study learn about STEM and AI at summer camp. CSET research found that 447 AI summer camps have opened within 48 of the U.S. states.

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

| August 9, 2021

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

Looking at 642 international technology cooperation opportunities, CSET's Foreign Technology Wish List reveals how China uses its diplomatic privilege to leverage the acquisition of technology.

A new CSET report reveals that U.S. universities are lagging behind China in the production of STEM PhDs.

China’s STEM Ph.D. push

| August 5, 2021

CSET Research Fellow discusses his latest data brief on China's investment into STEM PhD students.

China is Fast Outpacing U.S. STEM PhD Growth

Remco Zwetsloot Jack Corrigan Emily Weinstein Dahlia Peterson Diana Gehlhaus Ryan Fedasiuk
| August 2021

Since the mid-2000s, China has consistently graduated more STEM PhDs than the United States, a key indicator of a country’s future competitiveness in STEM fields. This paper explores the data on STEM PhD graduation rates and projects their growth over the next five years, during which the gap between China and the United States is expected to increase significantly.