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The Xi-Biden meeting this week in San Francisco was an important step in stabilizing bilateral relations, which have deteriorated since last year. Big announcements were made on military engagement and fentanyl production. Some trade and investment issues were also brought up at the meeting, although it is unlikely that the
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced new export control rules that target China's semiconductor and AI industry, expanding the parameters and patching "loopholes" of existing export controls on chips and manufacturing tools.
Compared to the draft released in April, the final text further clarifies the scope of application and rules on foreign services.
China's cyber watchdog published a list of algorithms as part of implementing rules that govern the deep synthesis service sector, and urged other service providers to file a record with their algorithms for inclusion on the list.
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), China's cyber watchdog, issued a draft regulation on generative artificial intelligence services, in an attempt to regulate this emerging technology. The draft sets out certain obligations for the service providers in this field, and is now open to public comments until May 10.
Chinese internet regulators published a new regulation on the use of deep synthesis technology, in an effort to combat fake news, illegal information, and crimes.
During an interview [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvvLyCLsw3I] at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore last Wednesday, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo made the case for setting artificial intelligence (AI) standards with like-minded allies. She began by emphasizing the importance of the field, noting that "AI