Tag: Technology

  • Chips, Apps, and U.S.-China Competition

    As the Biden administration and the Congress increasingly focus on U.S. competition with China, policymakers confront complex problems illustrated both by microchip supply chains and by current debates surrounding TikTok. These problems raise fundamental questions: What forms of trade, investment, and commerce should the United States allow? What should it limit? Which goods can and

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  • Harry Kazianis Speaks on Fox Business

    A fight between China and the U.S. would be ‘the epic struggle of our time.’ Senior Director of National Security Affairs Harry Kazianis spoke with Fox Business’ Neil Cavuto to discuss his latest piece in the New York Post, addressing the increasing threat to the U.S. from China’s military and technology capabilities. Watch the interview

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  • Podcast: Why America Needs a National Security Software Revolution

    Why America Needs a National Security Software Revolution | RSS.com What kind of software revolution does Washington need to promote, and how well is the Pentagon adapting to this new challenge? What are the implications of the conflicts in Ukraine and Israel for software and national security? In this inaugural episode of CFTNI’s new podcast,

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  • What Are the Perils and Promise of Artificial Intelligence?

    Warnings about the dangers of artificial intelligence are ubiquitous. Last March, Elon Musk signed an open letter stating that AI threatened the future of humanity. The United Kingdom is planning to host a summit meeting this fall to discuss AI. What are the perils and promises of this new technology? The Center for the National Interest invited two

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  • How Cyber and Tech Will Shape Great Power Competition

    Both cyber and tech are playing an increasingly prominent role in debates about American national security. To what extent will they influence a new era of great power competition with China and Russia? What course should Washington follow in emphasizing the centrality of cyber? On June 29, the Center for the National Interest invited three

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