The New York Times reported that chips used by Intel and Nvidia are powering a supercomputer in Chinese’s northwest Xinjiang region to track and imprison its Muslim Uighur minority. The report calls into question whether U.S. chipmakers have a responsibility to ban the sale of all chips to companies in China with ties to the Chinese military. Intel and Nvidia both said they were unaware of...
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