Commerce Department moves to cut key supply lines to China’s AI industry

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The Commerce Department announced Tuesday a raft of new export controls aimed at slowing China’s development of advanced AI technologies, a key plank of the Biden administration’s China policy.

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said in a late Monday briefing that the rules were aimed at hobbling advances in China’s military, even as she acknowledged they would have broader commercial impact. 

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