Articles by Arjun Gargeyas
The Indian state needs to address the ability to utilise technology as a credible foreign policy and diplomacy tool
With Taiwan and China being key parts of the global semiconductor ecosystem, how will increased cross-Strait tensions affect the industry?
The 2021 semiconductor initiative by India cannot be allowed to stall in momentum and the urgency factor has to be brought into the picture. Effectively and efficiently utilising India’s position in the global semiconductor value chain is through the development of a thriving design ecosystem in the country
Recent progress by the State has showcased the government’s intent. But a holistic strategy is in need to facilitate its further advancement.
Here are the three main areas of focus that Quad should focus on to create an immediate impact in the technology domain:
Responses by global technology conglomerates and Big Tech corporations towards the Ukrainian invasion highlight the important role of tech companies in a State’s economy
Adequate attention to those who can contribute to developing quantum technology must be the government’s top priority
To succeed, it is essential to reflect on the difference between being able to manufacture one line of chips and achieving semiconductor self-sufficiency or even becoming a key manufacturer
Updated on Dec 02, 2021 09:10 PM IST
ByPranay Kotasthane and Arjun Gargeyas
With AI and advanced semiconductor technology an integral part of Industry 4.0, the impact of AI chips on the global technology landscape will gradually evolve in the coming decade
Updated on Nov 18, 2021 01:30 PM IST
The control of critical technologies and their supply chains remain essential for all States to project their geopolitical influence. However, having a grip on the governance mechanism of these critical technologies in the form of technical standards can be a gamechanger in the geostrategic field
Updated on Sep 22, 2021 02:30 PM IST