And why the US and China are fighting over silicon in the first place. Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍goo.gl/0bsAjO In October 2022, the Biden administration placed a large-scale ban on the sale of advanced semiconductor chips to China. They also implemented a series of other rules that prevents China from making these chips on their own. These chips are used in everyday technology, like our mobile phones and computers. They’re also crucial to military and intelligence systems, which is one of the main reasons they're at the center of a feud between the United States and China. Microchips were first invented in the US in the 1950s, after which their use rapidly expanded worldwide. Since then, the supply chain for these chips has grown and spread to include countries in Europe and Asia. And while some countries have caught up to the US's edge in making these advanced chips, China still falls far behind despite multiple attempts to gain an advantage. Watch the latest episode of Vox Atlas to understand why China is losing a new cold war with the US over microchips. Sources and further reading: We found this book written by Chris Miller very helpful for understanding the history of chip development in the US and the foreign policy behind its competition and feud with China: Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology 🤍🤍amazon.com/Chip-War-Worlds-Critical-Technology/dp/1982172002 This book gave us great context on China’s efforts to acquire foreign technology: Chinese Industrial Espionage by Anna Puglisi 🤍🤍amazon.com/Books-Anna-B-Puglisi/s?rh=n%3A283155%2Cp_27%3AAnna+B.+Puglisi Articles like this by Chien-Huei Wu helped us learn more about how much the US replies on east asian countries for successful technology: 🤍thediplomat.com/2022/05/east-asian-firms-are-critical-to-americas-semiconductor-success/ Reporting by Bloomberg helped us understand major IP theft cases related to semiconductor chips: 🤍cset.georgetown.edu/article/engineer-who-fled-charges-of-stealing-chip-technology-in-us-now-thrives-in-china/ An excellent report for more detail: Gregory Allen, CSIS 🤍🤍csis.org/analysis/choking-chinas-access-future-ai Make sure you never miss behind the scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter, sign up here: 🤍vox.com/video-newsletter Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍🤍vox.com Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍vox.com/contribute-now Shop the Vox merch store: 🤍vox.com/store Watch our full video catalog: 🤍goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/vox Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/voxdotcom Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍tiktok.com/🤍voxdotcom
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This is a bit hyperbolic. China started quite far behind. It going to take a long time before catching up. It wasn't even a player before.
Cause china is terrorists state
Wow, the IP theft happened in 2019 angered US government so they launched the trade war against China in 2018. What a spin. Fact is, Trump launched the trade war out of blue, forced China to acquire chip related IPs for its survival. It tried to do it legitimately first, but all efforts were banned by US government so the only options left were illegitimate ones.
The US should buy ASML, then have the government build fabs all over the US so we aren't reliant only on Taiwan. Intel is building a fab in Arizona, but we can't rely on one fab in the supply chain. This should come from military spending as this is a matter of national security. That's the only way we win this war.
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In 10 years, this video will be a total joke. Hope you won't delete this until that time.
R.I.P Gordon Moore...
Bless Gordon Moore.
So China is shortcutting its advance technology by stealing FROM USA and making their own?
ZEISS is another unknown company. Without ZEISS, ASML couldn't build these machines.
In my opinion, the US shouldn't get any more access to these (European) companies if Biden doesn't stop the trade war Trump started (and Biden continued) against the EU. And if the US gets access, China should get access too, as they haven't started a trade war against us (yet)
They should’ve called Frito Lay.
You can never trust community party 😅😅
Can someone help me formulate a research question about this, especially TSMC? I have to weite about 10 pages, but this topic is so broad.
Microsoft recruited Lotus Engineers, then lo & behold, Excel was born. Lotus sued for theft but lost. Microsoft also recruited Novelle engineers, and Active Directory was born. Apple copied (e.g., stole) BlackBerry smartphone. Where are the supposed "originals" now?
Frankly, China will catch up. The US hegemony overall is dying and this video paints a more optimistic view than the general understanding. In this new multipolar world the US should really work with China.
America win all the military wars in the Hollywood screens.
Finally, they win the chip war; with the collaboration with ALL the western allies.
The West is but a sun set.
The East is where the sun always rises.
Biden is a real one for that