Chinese researchers at Tsinghua University designed this computer chip, called Tianjic, that shows a hybrid architecture capable of supporting so-called artificial general intelligence. Photo: Handout

China’s chip makers proving more resilient amid coronavirus supply chain shocks thanks to automation, clean room environment

  • Wuhan is an important player in the country’s semiconductor industry, with more than 100 chip design, manufacturing, packaging and testing companies in operation
  • The suspension of US-China flights by major US airlines could seriously impact deliveries of finished chip products to US customers
Topic |   Semiconductors

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Chinese researchers at Tsinghua University designed this computer chip, called Tianjic, that shows a hybrid architecture capable of supporting so-called artificial general intelligence. Photo: Handout
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Jane Zhang

Jane Zhang

Jane Zhang joined the Post in 2017, working with the video team before moving to reporting. She covers business and political stories in Hong Kong and mainland China. Previously, Jane interned at CNN and Bloomberg Businessweek Chinese.