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Welcome minister, the next Horizon scandal is here in your department

To: All incoming secretaries of state Algorithmic prediction and classification systems are probably in use in your department. They may or may not be called “AI”, and there may be other types of system labelled “AI” performing various functions. There is high risk they are causing harms to citizens and may be unlawful. If left…

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General election 2024: Conservative manifesto promises to continue tech policies

The Conservative Party has launched its 2024 general election manifesto, and its plans for technology should the party be returned to power focus largely on a continuation of existing government policies, rather than any major new commitments. The Tory manifesto document highlights many of the programmes and investments put in place by the government in…

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General election 2024: Labour promises to boost digital infrastructure

The Labour Party manifesto for the 2024 general election has promised to support the tech and digital sectors through a new industrial strategy and a plan to reform planning rules to boost digital infrastructure such as datacentres. An Industrial Strategy Council will be set up on a statutory basis to provide advice from businesses, with…

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TSMC Readies Next-Gen HBM4 Base Dies, Built on 12nm and 5nm Nodes

Of the several major changes coming with HBM4 memory, one of the most immediate is the sheer width of the memory interface. With the fourth-generation memory standard moving from an already wide 1024-bit interface to a ultra-wide 2048-bit interface, HBM4 memory stacks won’t be business as usual; chip manufacturers are going to need to adopt…

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TSMC to Expand Specialty Capacity by 50%, Introduce 4nm N4e Low-Power Node

With all the new fabs being built in Germany and Japan, as well as the expansion of production capacity in China, TSMC is planning to extend its production capacity for specialty technologies by 50% by 2027. As disclosed by the company during its European Technology Symposium this week, TSMC expects to need to not only…

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TSMC Outlines Path to EUV Success: More Tools, More Wafers, & Best Pellicles In Industry

Although TSMC can’t claim to be the first fab to use extreme UV (EUV) lithography – that title goes to Samsung – they do get to claim to be the largest. As a result, the company has developed significant experience with EUV over the years, allowing TSMC to refine how they use EUV tooling to…

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TSMC to Expand CoWoS Capacity by 60% Yearly Through 2026

Customer demand for AI and HPC processors is driving a much greater use of advanced packaging technologies, particularly TSMC’s chip-on-wafer-on-substrate (CoWoS) services. As things stand, TSMC is just barely meeting the current demand for this packaging method – never mind future demand – which is why last year the company announced plans to more than double CoWoS…

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TSMC Offers a Peek at ‘Global Gigafab’ Process Replication Program

At its European Technology Symposium last week TSMC revealed some of the details about its Global Gigafab Manufacturing program, the company’s strategy to replicate its manufacturing processes across its multiple gigafab sites. The need for large-scale multi-national fabs to have a process in place to replicate their facilities is well-documented at this point. As scaling-up…

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IT Sustainability Think Tank: Helping CIOs and IT directors navigate the green IT landscape

In the contemporary landscape of corporate responsibility, environmental sustainability has become a vital concern. With enterprises facing increasing regulatory pressure to record and mitigate their carbon emissions, energy usage, and overall sustainability practices, CIOs and IT departments find themselves at the forefront of this paradigm shift. As stewards of digital infrastructure and data management, CIOs…

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Report highlights disagreement among experts on AI safety

An interim artificial intelligence (AI) safety report has highlighted the lack of universal agreement among AI experts on a range of topics, including both the state of current AI capabilities and how these could evolve over time. The International scientific report on the safety of advanced AI was among the key commitments to emerge from…

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