The Bureau of Industry and Security reviews controls for emerging technology

The Bureau of Industry and Security within the US commerce department is reviewing the controls for certain emerging technologies, especially AI, to see whether and how tech firms can or cannot export and sell their technologies abroad (an interesting angle to the US/China trade and cybersecurity issues and the meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping tomorrow). For AI, the request for comments includes: neural networks and deep learning, reinforcement learning, computer vision, expert systems, NLP, speech and audio processing, AI cloud tech and more. Comments for an advanced notice of proposed rule-making should be sent to BIS by December. This relates to personal assistants, video calls, AVs et al, so stay tuned.

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Daniel Enskat

Daniel has written over a dozen books on the global asset management industry and has lectured at universities around the world alongside speakers such as Secretary of State John Kerry, Dr. Mark Mobius, ex-Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, Professor KC Chan and former Prime Minister Gerhard Schroeder.

He is widely sought after for presentations, discussions and his perspective on the global asset management industry, and in the last two decades has advised hundreds of investment management CEOs on strategy and global expansion.