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Video: SEMI Talks Industry Trends, Workforce Development and Trade at SEMICON West

The proliferation of chips driven by artificial intelligence and automotive will spur a record
$68 billion in sales of semiconductor equipment in 2019.

Building the workforce of the future is at once a challenge and opportunity for the semiconductor industry, the key to continuing the rapid pace of innovation and growth. 

And tariffs levied against billions of dollars of Chinese imports by the Trump administration has profound implications for SEMI members and the chip industry as a whole.

Jonathan Davis, Global Vice President of Industry Advocacy at SEMI, offers insights on these key semiconductor industry issues in this interview at SEMICON West 2018.

 

 

 

Ariana Raftopoulos is a marketing manager at SEMI. 

Topics: China , Workforce Development , AI , Automotive , Artificial Intelligence , Trade , tariffs , SEMICON West , Industry Advocacy , Public Policy , semiconductor industry , trends

 

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