back to article China identifies AI, optoelectric semiconductors, as challenges it wants to crack

China's Academy of Engineering has issued its annual list of technologies it wants to develop, but considers major challenges worthy of prioritization. This year's list features 14 items, according to Chinese media. As you'd expect, semiconductors made the list, with the Academy noting that silicon manufacturing process nodes …

  1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    How to Make a Quantum Leap into Unassailable Lead .... is No Small AI Step for Man's Kind

    .... semiconductors made the list, with the Academy noting that silicon manufacturing process nodes are shrinking to a single nanometer, but that further advances are hitting physical limits.

    That more than just simply suggests that further advances are to be made with stealthy engagement and practised expertise in virtualisation for remote metaphysical development of critical vital assets both with and for sensitive instructional sources?

    And what's the betting that China hasn't already realised that and is marching a long way ahead of contemporaries and peers with it effectively discovering itself enabled to lead the future with gracious and grateful but sensibly enigmatic and understandably inscrutable pioneers ....... for reasons revolving around individual safety and failsafe national and international and internetional security ‽

  2. TheInstigator Bronze badge

    Why broadcast this type of information?

    I can't see why China is making their future direction public - all you're doing is giving a heads up to other countries on where next they can impose sanctions etc.

    Just know where you want to direct your R&D and do it - you don't need to broadcast it to the world

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