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ChinaTalk: AI Executive Order
Biden just dropped a 50 page executive order that's going to make the world safe for AI, hopefully? To discuss the sprawling EO, ChinaTalk brought on three CNAS analysts, Vive...
By Jordan Schneider, Vivek Chilukuri, Tim Fist & Bill Drexel
The Cloud Can Solve America’s AI Problems
Washington doesn’t have to restrict chip exports to control the technology’s future development....
By Paul Scharre & Tim Fist
Comments on Provisions Pertaining to U.S. Investments in Certain National Security Technologies and Products in Countries of Concern
Submitted by: Sarah Bauerle Danzman (Associate Professor, Indiana University Bloomington; Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council), Tim Fist (Fellow, Technology and National Security ...
By Emily Kilcrease, Tim Fist, Sarah Bauerle Danzman, Ngor Luong & Emily Weinstein
Response to OSTP “National Priorities for Artificial Intelligence Request for Information”
In May 2023, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy issued a Request for Information seeking input on national priorities on AI. CNAS experts submitted the fo...
By Tim Fist, Michael Depp & Caleb Withers
Frontier AI Regulation: Managing Emerging Risks to Public Safety
We think that it is important to begin taking practical steps to regulate frontier AI today, and that the ideas discussed in this paper are a step in that direction....
By Markus Anderljung & Tim Fist
Chinese Firms Are Evading Chip Controls
The U.S. government can erect significant barriers to China using advanced computing to power a new generation of dangerous military applications....
By Tim Fist, Jordan Schneider & Lennart Heim
Controlling Access to Advanced Compute via the Cloud: Options for U.S. Policymakers, Part I
We do not recommend controlling access to cloud computing services for entities in China, because, based on our analysis, it does not appear feasible and may have adverse cons...
By Hanna Dohmen, Jacob Feldgoise, Emily Weinstein & Tim Fist