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Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance

The Program on Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance (GTG) is dedicated to world-class scholarly and policy-oriented research on the political, legal, and economic implications of digital innovation and global competition.


GTG Recon, GTG's newsletter, covers the latest in cybersecurity risk, semiconductor supply chain resilience, critical and emerging technology regulation, AI law and policy, and analysis and insights from the heart of Silicon Valley, informed by the team’s long experience in and out of government.

Vulnerability Disclosure and Management for AI/ML Systems: A Working Paper with Policy Recommendations

A new paper from Andrew Grotto and James X. Dempsey of the Program on Geopolitics, Technology and Governance
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Silicon Allies: Achieving Allied Resiliency Against Threats to the Semiconductor Supply Chain

New from Andrew Grotto and Chaeri Park


US courts mixed on letting data breach suits go forward

IAPP | US courts mixed on letting data breach suits go forward

Senior policy advisor Jim Dempsey analyzes application of the constitutional rules for access to federal courts in recent data breach.
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Response to “Request for Information: Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework” (86 FR 40810)

From authors Andrew Grotto, Gregory Falco and Iliana Maifeld-Carucci
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Stanford DigiChina Project

A collaborative effort to understand China’s technology policies, primarily through translating and analyzing Chinese-language sources.