Linux Foundation Releases License Agreement for Open Use of Data

Linux Foundation Releases License Agreement for Open Use of Data

The Linux Foundation resealed their new license agreement, CDLA-Permissive- 2.0, recently. The simple agreement enables wider and a more open use of data with respect to artificial intelligence and machine learning models. 

CDLA 2.0 does not insist on attribution for the data source and mandates that the agreement should be included with the dataset. Additionally, the agreement removes the previously confusing terms, making the document easy to understand. 

Linux Foundation aims to address concerns that usually arise out of AI and ML use cases. IBM and Microsoft have made their datasets available under CDLA-Permissive 2.0.

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