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What are semiconductors, and why are they vital to the global economy?

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Semiconductors make the world go round, and the most cutting-edge versions are necessary to propel the artificial intelligence revolution.

Historian Chris Miller, author 'Chip War', explains what chips do, how they are made, and why they are so vital to global supply chains and international relations.

Interview by John Letzing, Digital Editor at the World Economic Forum's Strategic Intelligence platform.

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Robin Pomeroy

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John Letzing

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