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Plus: Global semiconductor shortages put car manufacturing on hold, the Trump administration establishes new National AI Initiative office, and the government tests new methods of facial recognition

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Plus: Global semiconductor shortages put car manufacturing on hold, the Trump administration establishes new National AI Initiative office, and the government tests new methods of facial recognition

Plus: Google in hot water over its handling of internal research, USG puts more Chinese companies on export blacklist, and year-end Congressional funding includes AI provisions

Plus: Trump issues executive order on AI development, IBM researchers propose 4-bit learning, Alphabet develops autonomous balloons and two U.S. District Courts rule on skilled immigration

Plus: LAPD in hot water over facial recognition, OMB’s guidelines on AI regulation, and Congress passes IoT bill

Plus: Anticipating Biden’s AI policies, JAIC switches gears, deep learning’s mathematical breakthrough and DARPA calls for automated help to fight influence campaigns

Plus: Trade groups and colleges sue over H-1B changes, “Less Than One”-Shot learning, and the new White House critical tech strategy

Plus: CA firefighters use AI, Rep. McCaul introduces export control bill and State Department issues guidance on surveillance technology

Plus: Microsoft exclusively licenses GPT-3, Commerce Department restricts exports to SMIC, and Reps. Hurd and Kelly introduce a national AI strategy

Plus: Chinese executives launch tech fund, Trump considers blacklisting SMIC, and House approves AI Center of Excellence

Plus, the White House announces funding for AI institutes, new chips are unveiled and NIST defines explainable AI