Based on our experience, here are the Top 4 errors leading to non-compliance, along with recommendations on how to avoid them. Education and training is essential to avoiding errors before they happen.
Open source software has become the new normal when creating enabling technologies, and open source compliance has become the normal of ensuring that your organization meets the legal obligations of the various applicable licenses.
FOSSID mirrors Software Heritage’s growing source code archive of 5 billon source code files, enabling continuous access to digital information.
To help companies achieve maximum open source software adoption, the compliance work needs to be simplified, and AI provides tremendous abilities for delivering on that promise.
The blog series “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To Open Source Software Compliance” dissects various aspects of open source compliance, examines best practices, and discusses how enterprises can make open source compliance a very undramatic and transparent practice.
FOSSID Awarded Grant for Artificial Intelligence in Open Source Auditing by Sweden’s Government Agency for Innovation
Vinnova awards FOSSID 2 Million SEK (US $250,000) to integrate artificial intelligence to advance identification of open source software licenses and vulnerabilities
Open source software is pervasive. But it’s not done growing. There are more than 40m projects on Github today and many others in different repositories. There are trillions of lines of code in our universe. This has created a deluge of code data, the likes of which...