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Policy and Governance: U.S. Government Restricts AI Chips to China


U.S. government officials have instructed the American technology company NVIDIA to stop exporting products containing the A100 and H100, two high-end processors for artificial intelligence (AI) work, to China (1). The restrictions are intended to mitigate the risk that the processors are possibly used for military purposes (2). They will also affect cloud service providers and large internet companies in China, which are some of the …

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