Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Jason Hsu is Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School. His research focuses on semiconductor and geopolitics. Formerly, he served as Legislator At-Large in Taiwan's Legislative Yuan, the nation's parliament. During his term, Jason focused on technology, foreign policy, defense and trade. He has worked on a wide range of legislative portfolio such as AI, blockchain, data privacy, cryptocurrency and autonomous vehicles.
Prior to his political career, Jason was a tech entrepreneur and had built companies in Taiwan and Silicon Valley. Jason is an Einsenhower Fellow and Draper Hill Summer Fellow at Stanford University where he studied with Larry Diamond and Francis Fukuyama. He writes extensively on tech and geopolitics and has published and quoted by Financial Times, New York Times, The Brookings Institution and etc.