Andrew Liveris AO delivered The Warren Centre's Innovation Lecture in 2021 at the University of Sydney > https://bit.ly/3pInMC1...BROADCAST > https://bit.ly/3pInMC1SPEECH > https://bit.ly/3itHGiKSLIDES > https://bit.ly/3ixbYkI
...He took the opportunity to consider three important questions: 1/ Where do we find ourselves today?2/ How do we plan to respond to the challenges before us? 3/ How ambitious must we be?Throughout the lecture, he focused on the need to deliver outcomes not just reports. ...It is a #mustwatch for Australia's current and emerging leaders.
For some time its been predicted that there will be a supply chain bottleneck for semiconductors/ chipsets. As our data gluttony continues and the race for super/ hyper computing increases at scale, even nice chipmakers are benefiting from the funding goldrush. While for many years, the US under-invested in manufacturing in this area, the new Administration has finally noted its strategic (and national security) importance. China didn't take much convincing - they've long had investment in the semi-conductor and R&D industries. https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/US-China-semiconductor-chipmakers-venture-capitalimage credit Cristian Ibarra @Pixabay