On June 25, 2020, the Strategic Trade Research Institute and the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM) published the report, "Artificial Intelligence and Strategic Trade Controls." Using open source research, findings from organized dialogues, and expert interviews, the report authors identified policy options that go beyond export controls and encompass a coordinated, comprehensive, and technical approach to garnering the many benefits of artificial intelligence while mitigating its security risks. These approaches take into account both traditional nonproliferation strategies and ongoing debates concerning national security and economic competitiveness.
You can read the report executive summary here
or access the full text of the report here