Local governments in Shanghai and Anhui will fund a variety of semiconductor-related projects this year — ranging from the development of DRAM chips to building facilities for chipmaking and its tools
Revelations about the amount of power and water needed for computers that power artificial intelligence have led to concern about AI's environmental impacts
US indictment seeks the arrest of two Russian cyber criminals after Britain's National Crime Agency infiltrated the gang's systems, stole their data, and took down Lockbit's site on the dark web
ASML tools are used to make advanced semiconductors that can go into "high-value weapons systems and weapons of mass destruction,” a top Dutch official said
The failure of a Chinese rocket launch in April 2020 gave Elon Musk's SpaceX the opportunity to carry satellites for the Indonesian government
Researchers say Chinese propaganda "has increasingly sought to stoke existing US divisions in the same way Russia has"
The deal comes at a time when OpenAI chief Sam Altman is seeking between $5-7 trillion for an AI chip venture in a bid to bolster global chipmaking capacity
US-listed shares of the chip designer, seen as benefitting from investors' hunt for the "next Nvidia", have surged more than 95% in just the last seven trading sessions alone
"If you just assume that computers never get any faster, you might come to the conclusion we need 14 different planets and three different galaxies and you know four more Suns to fuel all this."
Japan's ruling party's AI project team is planning to draft preliminary rules, including penal regulations, for foundation model developers such as OpenAI
The Nikkei benchmark rose to a 34-year high, while TSMC and other chip-related stocks helped most Asian markets higher on Thursday
Hackers used large language models to seek information on rival intelligence agencies and "notable individuals" and also to develop code “with potential malicious intent”