Wed, Jan 25|
Xposed on the Highline
Semiconductors Is The New Gold / Midjourney AI
This exhibit is inspired by the book "Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology" by Chris Miller Texts and images are generated by Open AI and Midjourney artificial intelligence technologies.
Time & Location
Jan 25, 2023, 4:30 PM – Feb 01, 2023, 7:00 PM
Xposed on the Highline, High Line Park @19th street
About The Event
"Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology" by Chris Miller is a comprehensive and engaging look at the ongoing battle between the world's leading tech companies for control of the semiconductor industry. It explores the history and current state of the chip business, the technological advancements being made, and the implications of the fight for global economic and geopolitical power. With insights from leading industry figures, the book provides an in-depth look at the forces that are driving the chip war and the impact they are having on the world.
The Semiconductor War between China and the United States is an ongoing trade dispute that has been escalating for the past several years. This dispute is centered around the trade of semiconductor chips, which are the essential building blocks of modern electronics. China currently holds a monopoly on the production of semiconductors, while the United States is the world’s largest consumer of semiconductors. The primary point of contention in this trade dispute is the Chinese government’s alleged unfair subsidies for domestic semiconductor firms. The United States has argued that these subsidies have allowed Chinese companies to undercut US firms on price, making it difficult for American firms to compete. The US government has also accused China of stealing intellectual property from US companies in order to gain an unfair advantage in the semiconductor market. In response to these allegations, the US government has imposed tariffs on Chinese semiconductor imports and has restricted high-tech exports to China. The US has also formed the Semiconductor Working Group to investigate Chinese practices and to develop strategies for addressing unfair trade practices. The Chinese government has denied the US allegations and has instead accused the US of politicizing the trade dispute. China has also argued that the US tariffs and export restrictions are in violation of international trade