Forecasting U.S.-China [De]Coupling in the Semiconductor Industry 


Tuesday, December 15, 2020

2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern


Join us as we discuss with CSET Research Fellow Saif Khan how Foretell's forecasters collectively predict trends in the global semiconductor market, and how they inform industrial and trade policy. Moderated by CSET Research Fellow Michael Page. 

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About the Speaker

Saif M. Khan is a Research Fellow at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). His research focuses on AI policy, semiconductor supply chains, China’s semiconductor industry and U.S. trade policy, and has been featured in The Financial Times, The Washington Post, Fortune and other outlets. 

About CSET-Foretell

Foretell is a crowd forecasting project sponsored by CSET that aims to inform policy by monitoring future trends in the technology-security landscape. For example, by 2025, will U.S.-China tensions have subsided or escalated? Metrics to monitor this scenario are posed as forecasting questions and might include trade and immigration levels or the probability of conflict in the South China Sea. Foretell is a tool for tracking, analyzing, and forecasting such metrics of interest.

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About the Center for Security and Emerging Technology

A policy research organization within Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, CSET produces data-driven research at the intersection of security and technology, providing nonpartisan analysis to the policy community. CSET is currently focusing on the effects of progress in artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced computing. We seek to prepare a new generation of decision-makers to address the challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies.

About Cultivate Labs

CSET is partnering with Cultivate Labs to scale and manage Foretell. Cultivate is based in Chicago, IL and supports crowd forecasting efforts through technology and professional services for governments and private organizations around the world. Cultivate’s mission is to “guide organization’s most critical decisions by uncovering ground truth about the future.”

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