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Plus: A shakeup in the global semiconductor workforce is underway, and state AGs push the FTC to protect consumer data

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Plus: A shakeup in the global semiconductor workforce is underway, and state AGs push the FTC to protect consumer data

Plus: What tech layoffs mean for AI, TSMC considers additional $12 billion Arizona expansion, and AMD’s server CPUs could give Intel a run for its money

Plus: The DOD publishes its National Defense Strategy (an AI strategy update could be next), Project Convergence 2022 is underway, and interesting approaches to sourcing AI training data

Plus: Chip stocks sink in the face of export controls and falling demand, Biden issues an order on EU-U.S. data flows, and autonomy and AI developments at NATO

Plus: The EU’s plan for AI liability lawsuits, new U.S. tech restrictions on China could be on the way, and Micron’s $20B+ U.S. investment

Plus: What Nvidia’s new GPUs mean for AI, the NIH announces AI grants, and NIST partners with Google to make research chips

Plus: A new at-home AI tool generates art (and concerns), and the Commerce Department releases its plan to spend $50B on U.S. chips

Plus: Russia announces two new AI offices, NIST’s new draft AI safety framework, and the White House’s chief AI advisor steps down

Plus: China’s high-end chip takes some observers by surprise, DOD officials express concerns about JADC2 implementation, and a data privacy bill gets out of committee, but will it pass?

Plus: The United States wants the Netherlands to cut off China’s chipmakers, the U.S. nuclear regulator grapples with overseeing AI, and how CERN is using ML