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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...
Monday 9 March 2020
Transistor count trends continue to track with Moore's Law, says IC Insights
The primary yardstick by which the IC industry measures its technological performance and progress remains Moore's Law that states there is a doubling of the number of transistors...
Monday 16 December 2019
AI to help evaluation of life insurance policies
Law Insurance Broker, startup BravoAI and insurance marketing software developer GoUP Tech have cooperated to develop an AI-based solution for evaluating existing life insurance policies...
Thursday 19 September 2019
Highlights of the day: Moore's Law alive and kicking
Some may think Moore's Law is reaching its limits, but for TSMC, it is still very much alive. The world's number one pure-play foundry is already conducting 3nm...
Monday 7 January 2019
Manufacturers face hurdles moving out of China
Taiwan manufacturers looking to move production out of China amid trade tensions between the world's two superpowers face many hurdles, as their home country lack electricity and...
Wednesday 22 November 2017
Moore's Law can last two more process generations, says MediaTek chair
The Moore's Law that sets the pace of the semiconductor development can last two more generations, as the process technology may hit bottlenecks after advancing to 3nm node from the...
Wednesday 25 October 2017
Moore's Law no longer valid, says Morris Chang
Moore's Law has become invalid for a while, as the time needed for the transistor density to double is no longer 18-24 months although the density has indeed kept increasing, Morris...
Thursday 12 October 2017
Qualcomm faces antitrust fine in Taiwan
Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has concluded an investigation into wireless chipmaker Qualcomm, finding that certain of the company's business practices are in violation of...