Karen Hao

China technology reporter, The Wall Street Journal
April 12, 2023 - 12:10pm
Technology in US-China Relations
Sterling Law Building, Room 129 See map
127 Wall St.

After decades of producing mutually beneficial research, U.S.-China scientific collaborations are declining under geopolitical strain. What does this trend mean for both countries and for the global system of scientific production? What is gained or lost in this decoupling?

Moderated by Yangyang Cheng, Research Scholar in Law and Fellow at Yale Law School’s Paul Tsai China Center

Sponsors: Paul Tsai China Center, Information Society Project, Jackson School of Global Affairs, and Yale Journalism Initiative


About Karen Hao

Karen Hao covers China’s tech sector and society for the Wall Street Journal. Previously, she was a senior AI editor at the MIT Technology Review. She has been a Harvard Technology and Public Purpose fellow, and an MIT Knight Science Journalism fellow. She has lectured at MIT, Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, NYU, and Notre Dame. and her writing has appeared in Quartz, Mother Jones, The New Republic, and other outlets. She received a B.S. in mechanical engineering and minor in energy studies from MIT.