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Tech trade ban: Exporting AI is going to get harder, says US

The US government is making it harder for US companies to export artificial-intelligence software that helps organizations automate object recognition from geospatial imagery.  The export restrictions, first reported by Reuters, are part of an attempt by the US to keep key technologies away from rival powers like China.  The restrictions come into effect today, requiring US companies that export AI for automating geospatial analysis to apply for a license to sell products to other countries, with the exception of Canada.  SEE: How to implement AI and machine learning (ZDNet special report) |

However, BIS notes that it wants to give the public an opportunity to respond to the restrictions.  'This rule is being issued in interim final form because while the government believes that it is in the national security interests of the United States to immediately implement these controls, it also wants to provide the interested public with an opportunity to comment on the control of new items,' BIS said.

Ciro Santilli (三西猴)

In terms of per year reputation ranks, Ciro was in the top 100 in of the 2018 ranking with 38,710 reputation gained in that year: https://stackexchange.com/leagues/1/year/stackoverflow/2018-01-01?sort=reputationchange&page=4 (archive).

It is possible to overcome this limit either with bounties or accepts, and Ciro finds it amazing that some people actually break the 73k limit by far with accepts, e.g.

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