Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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Calls Grow Louder for US Chip Revival

Technology industry lobbyists are capitalizing on the growing Washington consensus for a next-generation industrial policy that funds basic research in foundational silicon technology as a way to compete with ...Full Article

New DARPA Director Brings AI Expertise

The Pentagon’s top research agency is extending its technology chops with the appointment of a new director with extensive industry experience in strategic sectors ranging from AI to underlying ...Full Article

US Chip Industry Launches Apprenticeships

As efforts ramp up to revive U.S. chip manufacturing, the nation’s largest pure-play foundry services provider is teaming with an industry group to advance a workforce training program designed ...Full Article

Op-Ed: Poor Countries Are Struggling to Industrialize Their Way to Growth – AI Can Help

While it is still too early to tell how severely COVID-19 will damage the world’s rich economies, some worry that the devastation will be far worse in poor ones, ...Full Article

U.S. AI Corps Seeks to Keep Pace with China

A proposed U.S. Digital Service Academy would create an AI software repository to support R&D while training the next generation of AI developers. According to recommendations released this week ...Full Article

AI is Key to China Infrastructure Plan, as is AI Talent

China’s latest set of technology goals for the next decade have been assimilated into an initiative launched this spring under the rubric, “new infrastructure.” Collectively, the aspirational blueprint includes ...Full Article

AI is Boosting Server Sales

Emerging AI workloads are propelling the booming Chinese server market, particularly those hosting programmable co-processors capable of supporting graphics chips used for parallel processing of machine learning tasks. The ...Full Article

China’s Coming Crypto Yuan and the Digital Disruption of Banking, for Starters

Even as China signed an agreement with the U.S. this week billed as a step toward reducing trade tensions, it’s unlikely the signing ceremony heralds a new era of ...Full Article

U.S. Non-Military AI Investments Near $1B

The White House projected this week that U.S. civilian research agencies will spend nearly $1 billion on AI research during the next fiscal year. The estimate was released by ...Full Article

Tech Sector Frets Over U.S. Export Controls

As regulators prepare to tighten U.S. export controls with an eye toward restricting technology transfers to China, industry groups are pushing back, arguing that overly restrictive rules would cost ...Full Article
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