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U.S.-China technology competition

China’s National Power and Artificial Intelligence

China’s National Power and Artificial Intelligence

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from William C. Hannas.

4 Ways China Gets Around US AI Chip Restrictions

4 Ways China Gets Around US AI Chip Restrictions

By Che-Jen Wang
Chinese companies have found loopholes allowing them access to technologies the Biden administration has tried to fence off.
Singapore Is in Perfect Position to Court AI Companies From China

Singapore Is in Perfect Position to Court AI Companies From China

By Grace Shao
With China facing advanced chip and equipment bans from the United States, Singapore is an increasingly attractive place for Asia-based talent to set up AI companies.

Hong Kong Is Chiming in on China-US Tech Competition

Hong Kong Is Chiming in on China-US Tech Competition

By Sunny Cheung
Hong Kong’s investments in semiconductors and technology highlight a deliberate strategy to align with China’s objectives while exploiting gaps in U.S. regulations.

Chinese Leadership’s In-House Lecture Offers Valuable Insights into China’s AI Strategy

Chinese Leadership’s In-House Lecture Offers Valuable Insights into China’s AI Strategy

By Lizzi C. Lee
In a lecture to China’s top legislative body, a leading computer scientist outlined a national AI strategy focused on developing the real economy and overcoming U.S. tech restrictions. 

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

China’s Big Fund 3.0: Xi’s Boldest Gamble Yet for Chip Supremacy

China’s Big Fund 3.0: Xi’s Boldest Gamble Yet for Chip Supremacy

By Lizzi C. Lee
The third phase of Beijing’s semiconductor policy aims to learn from past mistakes. As stakes rise, can Xi Jinping secure China’s tech future and cement his political-economic legacy?

The Missing Links in US Chip Policy

The Missing Links in US Chip Policy

By Young-sun Park
Like it or not, the semiconductor industry is globalized. Washington’s strategy must reflect this reality by elevating coordination with democratic partners.
Striking a Balance: China’s AI Ambitions and the Quest for Safety

Striking a Balance: China’s AI Ambitions and the Quest for Safety

By Nick Corvino and Nico Han
Can China’s push for rapid AI development be reconciled with rising calls for safety guardrails?

Why US Semiconductor Export Controls Backfire

Why US Semiconductor Export Controls Backfire

By Matthew Schleich and Thibault Denamiel
And how Washington can save its 21st century economic security strategy.

‘Cold War 2.0’: George Takach on the Evolving World Order

‘Cold War 2.0’: George Takach on the Evolving World Order

By Kenji Yoshida
“Innovations like artificial intelligence and semiconductor technology are expected to be pivotal battlegrounds in this New Cold War era.”

Why the US Must Rethink Its Strategy to Compete With China in the EV Market

Why the US Must Rethink Its Strategy to Compete With China in the EV Market

By Lizzi C. Lee
Washington should draw from Beijing’s industrial policies, avoid its pitfalls, and leverage America’s unique strengths to outshine China in the global EV market.
The China-US Tech War Comes to the Cloud

The China-US Tech War Comes to the Cloud

By Megha Shrivastava
Cloud services are a critical part of AI training – which is why they are now under scrutiny by U.S. regulators.

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