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Friday 18 November 2022
Taiwan amendment to chip law may benefit only a few
Taiwan's amendment to a chip law aiming to defend the global competitiveness of the country's chipmaking industry may benefit only a few big companies, according to industry source...
Friday 18 November 2022
Taiwan drafts law amendment to foster IC industry
Taiwan's approved on November 17 a draft amendment to its Statute for Industrial Innovation to provide higher tax incentives for local high-tech companies to double down on their...
Monday 3 October 2022
Moore's Law keeps chip leaders ahead of the pack
"Cramming more components onto integrated circuits."
Monday 19 September 2022
Indonesia set to pass new data privacy law after spate of leaks
Data operators could face up to five years in jail and a maximum fine of IDR5 billion (US$337,000) for leaking or misusing private information, according to Indonesia's new data privacy...
Thursday 8 September 2022
Chip industry seeks an ecosystem-wide solution as ESG catches up with Moore's Law
With traditional OSAT providers, IDMs and foundries like Intel, TSMC and ASE heading into advanced packaging technologies to tap the growing high performance computing market, concerns...
Tuesday 9 August 2022
CEOs meet in summit before Chips Act signed into law
The CEOs and senior leaders from across the semiconductor supply chain from tool and wafer manufacturers to key suppliers to end users of chips manufactured in the US participated...
Monday 9 May 2022
Empowerment, rule of law key to trustworthy AI, says forum speaker
To develop trustworthy AI tools, empowerment and the rule of law are crucial, according to Artificial Intelligence Foundation managing director of the board Nicole Chan.
Tuesday 26 April 2022
Indonesia's new law removes redtapes for foreign investors
With abundant natural resources and young labor, Indonesia attracts - and needs - more foreign investment. The three largest foreign investors in Indonesia are Singapore, China (including...
Friday 1 April 2022
US to encourage domestic mining for lithium and nickel by invoking Cold War-era law
The US government is addressing the critical shortages of EV battery materials by invoking Defense Production Act (DPA) to boost domestic mineral production and reduce reliance on...
Wednesday 15 December 2021
Synopsys turns a new page in Moore's Law with software innovation
Moore's Law, which predicts the growth of chip computing power, is still valid but has been slowing down. The micronization of the semiconductor process could no longer hold on to...
Monday 9 August 2021
Law firms in Taiwan consider using Lawnote's AI for work efficiency
Taiwan's Lawsnote was the first law tech startup whose solutions were adopted by financial institutions and legal departments in tech firms in Taiwan.
Monday 7 June 2021
Taiwan eyes LEO satellite business opportunity
With parts of government budgets and resources for space development to be given to companies in Taiwan's ICT industry after the passing of Space Development Law, development of low-Earth-orbit...
Monday 24 August 2020
Six pillars bolstering Moore's Law: Q&A with Intel chief architect Raja Koduri
At the inaugural Architecture Day held in late 2018, a new technical group headed by Intel senior vice president and chief architect Raja Koduri first came up with six strategic pillars...
Wednesday 29 April 2020
Chiplets promise to help reinstate Moore's Law
Moore's Law may not be dead, but at 55 years old, it's certainly feeling its age, with the pace of semiconductor manufacturing advancement decelerating in recent years. However, a...