China’s rising semiconductor industry could disrupt global supply chains, reshape labor markets, and pose security risks in critical infrastructure.
In the most realistic scenario, Neuralink is expected to achieve success by focusing on medical applications for individuals with severe disabilities.
Apple, Tesla, Nvidia, and other “magnificent seven” stocks have had a great run in 2023, but they face greater headwinds in 2024.
OpenAI’s rapid AI research pace underscores need for robust, ethical governance in real-world applications.
The CHIPS Act’s subsidies aim to boost U.S. semiconductor production, which could hurt Asian exporters and prompt global subsidy responses.
Tesla will find it ever harder to straddle the volume-premium divide without a successful launch of the Cybertruck.
Indonesia dominates global nickel production, key for EVs, but faces challenges in EV battery chemistry shifts and geopolitics.
A study of five African countries reveals they spend over $1 billion a year on digital surveillance, led by Nigeria.
China’s moves toward regulating AI may give it a leg up in setting international AI standards, giving its industry a competitive edge.
The entrepreneurial business model in China has now been extinguished. China’s economy will continue to stumble as a result.