Characterising Artificial Intelligence technology for international transfer

AI and Society 8 (4):315-325 (1994)
One of the central factors influencing the process and the outcome of technology transfer is the nature of the technology being transferred. This paper identifies and discusses the main characteristics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology from the point of view of international technology transfer. It attempts to indicate the peculiarities of AI in this context and move towards a framework to assist recipient decision makers in optimising the formulation of their policies on AI technology transfer
Keywords Artificial intelligence technology  International technology transfer
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DOI 10.1007/BF01195055
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