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Interesting. Not sure who is impacted here...seems like much of the underlying stuff is open source, so how would export control work? Will keep an eye on this space for sure https://t.co/v8JsYJsAqY— Joshua S Campbell (@disruptivegeo) January 4, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of AI software https://t.co/erB6oYIMnP measure covers software that could be used by sensors, drones, and satellites to automate the process of identifying targets for both military and civilian ends— Adam Segal (@adschina) January 4, 2020
Good luck keeping deep learning software in the country. I feel like setting up a FOSS image pipeline out of spite. Pretty sure you could violate some laws by changing an EC2 region. https://t.co/xGzxE7zoCa— Katherine Scott (@kscottz) January 4, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of #artificialintelligence softwarehttps://t.co/ggJMy42A2v— Bob E. Hayes (@bobehayes) January 4, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software - Reuters https://t.co/Ygs3icDL6o— Trevor Owens ? (@TO) January 4, 2020
A good start, but sadly limited to geospatial analysis algos (and likely one specific sale). Now, maybe don't be completely brain-dead and stop Chinese nationals from being literally funded by the USG to develop dual-use algorithms. https://t.co/EgmnY8MqQJ— Hank 'HO HO HO' Oslo (@xctlot) January 4, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software https://t.co/ozivqMSUKG #webdevelopment #100DaysOfCode #technology— techie dan (@techieedan) January 4, 2020
"U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software" (good luck with that when a lot of it open source) https://t.co/fwHFgyfhHT— Massimo Banzi (@mbanzi) January 4, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software #AI https://t.co/47dlNfA1jT— Victor Storchan (@VictorStorchan) January 4, 2020
Here are the specific restrictions. Can definitely see robotics and computer vision researchers accidentally running afoul https://t.co/Z9ph2Tv5Xe— Mark O. Riedl (@mark_riedl) January 5, 2020
Under a new rule which goes into effect on Monday, companies that export AI software for target identification from the United States must apply for a license to send it overseas except when it is being shipped to Canada https://t.co/mgrB4Ad7jE— Toby Walsh (@TobyWalsh) January 4, 2020
I wonder how this is going to work. It's like trying to ban exports of encryption algorithms, good luck with that.https://t.co/pYOnnskaub pic.twitter.com/ldkeON91oA— hardmaru (@hardmaru) January 5, 2020
US Gov't document adding “Software Specially Designed To Automate the Analysis of Geospatial Imagery” to export controls has precise wording restricting geospatial imagery software that trains ConvNet for detection, data augmentation and data labeling GUI.https://t.co/xRTL7xrkY7 pic.twitter.com/e3OGiRiimr— hardmaru (@hardmaru) January 5, 2020
U.S. government limits exports of artificial intelligence software https://t.co/WR1hShnBvV— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) January 5, 2020
** BOOM **— Zach Vorhies (@Perpetualmaniac) January 5, 2020
US government limits AI exports.
Fei Fei Li of Google's AI said that when it comes to AI technology, Google has neither boundaries nor borders.
With these new rules, that has now changed.
Smart move, Trump.
So, come Monday AI software exports from US will be limited. What will it mean for companies like @esri, and will Open Source projects like OpenCV be affected?https://t.co/y4LV0X7tlX pic.twitter.com/cWZBbAENR1— Klas Karlsson (@klaskarlsson) January 5, 2020
US announces AI software export restrictions for China https://t.co/AJ5cHbmEoB pic.twitter.com/ATcG4yH5Xz— The Verge (@verge) January 5, 2020
=>— OGAWA, Tadashi (@ogawa_tter) January 4, 2020
U.S. gov limits exports of AI software, Jan 4, 2020 https://t.co/EhzxVi4jCN
Bureau of Industry and Security, Commerce https://t.co/I4ykqGNN6C
is effective Jan 6, 2020
U.S. finalizing rules to limit sensitive tech exports to China, others, Dec 17, 2019 https://t.co/gDY3Kime9j pic.twitter.com/a2Hraf4ZPA
US Restricts Export of AI Related to Geospatial Imagery https://t.co/9S9OIxPB1R pic.twitter.com/wAyA6Mee5T— Tom's Hardware - #CES2020 Limited Edition (@tomshardware) January 4, 2020
Why #US #government— Spiros Margaris (@SpirosMargaris) January 5, 2020
decides to limit #ArtificialIntelligence #exports https://t.co/QoNzu0G9ng #fintech #AI #MachineLearning #DeepLearning @NeowinFeed pic.twitter.com/jQgSMg7E5e
US government decides to limit artificial intelligence exports. #aiandthelaw #industry40 #bigdata https://t.co/1ijVApFkmD— Nordic AI Artificial Intelligence Institute (@nordicinst) January 5, 2020
U.S. government decides to limit artificial intelligence exports #ECRA #Exports #AI https://t.co/1AS2UkmN8R pic.twitter.com/IWB1UIvcyj— Neowin (@NeowinFeed) January 4, 2020
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