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China, the United States and the European Union are pulling out all the stops to master a technology that will not only transform computers, but also the world as we know it now
Science journal Nature has retracted a paper by a team of US scientists which claimed to have created a room-temperature superconducting material.
US President Joe Biden and Australian PM Anthony Albanese, meeting in Washington this week, will push regional development, officials say, including internet connections, submarine cables, even docks to ease travel and trade.
The regional tech programme aims to diversify US innovation away from traditional hubs like Silicon Valley, Seattle and Boston.
A US congressional committee is targeting Sequoia Capital after starting investigations into several other venture capital firms for their investment in Chinese technology companies.
The Shenzhen municipal government plans to start trials of ‘equity + debt’ financing via approved banks in the city’s Hetao and Qianhai cooperation zones.
Brussels reveals first four hi-tech categories that will be initial focus of economic security strategy to keep critical technologies out of Beijing’s hands.
The Silicon Valley company joins several other US investment firms, including Sequoia Capital, that have made similar moves under pressure in Washington.
Jack Dongarra, professor, Turing laureate and co-founder of TOP500 list, says China still produces the most supercomputers.
China’s ‘father of quantum’ Pan Jianwei and his team have been studying optical-lattice-based ultracold atomic systems since 2010.
US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo will arrive in China on Sunday for a four-day China visit, with an ‘expansive’ range of topics expected to be discussed.
Researchers in Canada and Italy have come up with a new way of visualising particles in real time.
‘Over time the US doesn’t want to find itself contributing military capabilities to China,’ Washington analyst says.
Quantum computing will change the world as we know it, but more breakthroughs are needed before we see the hugely powerful processors become an everyday reality, say quantum physicists.
Biden’s executive order is unlikely to stop further visits by top American officials but there are uncertainties ahead, analysts say.
AMEC CEO Gerald Yin said escalating export restrictions have revealed the ‘true intention’ of the US to curb China’s semiconductor progress.
US President Joe Biden’s executive order restricts venture capital and private equity investments in China’s chip and AI industries, a move analysts say could be a signal to allies to follow suit.
The Biden administration’s latest executive order is not expected to significantly impact China’s semiconductors, quantum computing and artificial intelligence sectors.
US President Joe Biden looks to restrict US venture capital and private equity stakes in Chinese firms in micro electronics, AI and quantum information technologies.
Many claims about discovering room-temperature superconductors have fallen flat but the hope of finding revolutionary material pushes research forward.
The National Natural Science Foundation of China, under the Ministry of Science and Technology, plans to fund as many as 30 research projects to be conducted over a period of three to four years.
Quantum physicists gain huge scientific advances through cooperation despite US-led sanctions.
Letters sent to four VC firms from a US House panel raises scrutiny as US dollar funding was already drying up in China.
AI development in China could be difficult in the near term, but that problem can be solved in the long run, says BRV China managing partner Jui Tan.
Chinese ambassador Xie Feng says Beijing ‘cannot simply sit idly by’ as Washington considers new restrictions on investment and AI chip exports, but analyst says China’s only weapon is its big market.
GGV Capital, GSR Ventures, Walden International and Qualcomm Ventures are being probed by the House select committee for investments in firms including Megvii, SenseTime and SMIC.
Asean meeting between Antony Blinken and Wang Yi latest in Biden administration effort to prevent looming ‘restrictions being deeply misunderstood’.
Chinese leader wants PLA to develop capability by then and Pentagon must modernise to deter him, says Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman.