The government Biden can give more details about a possible new rule for exporting chips from artificial intelligence high performance for China “relatively soon,” a White House official said Friday.
Tarun Chhabra, a National Security Council member who for technology issues, said letters sent by the U.S. Department of Commerce to Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices last month asking for a halt to chip shipments for applications such as natural language processing. and nuclear weapons research were likely precursors to new regulations.
But he did not say what form that regulation might take.
“I think we’ll be in a position to say more about that soon,” Chabbra said.
In his comments on Friday, Chabbra said the restrictions only affect the most advanced chips and are “structured as a combination of computing power but also interconnect speed.”
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