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The coronavirus has already kept us in suspense for one and a half years. Apart from personal sacrifices and blows of fate, this pandemic has revealed weak points in society, politics and business, both globally as well as in Europe and Germany.
More data, more powerful chips. These days, semiconductors are at the heart of the technologies we all use at work and at home. Chips have become incredibly complex, and this is revolutionizing the way in which semiconductor companies approach chip design.
When people talk about the mobility of tomorrow, the topic of autonomous driving quickly comes up. Autonomous driving requires not only enormous computing power in the cars but also sensors that allow the vehicle to see where it is and where it’s going.
With the advance of social networks, artificial intelligence and robots, many new ethical questions arise. Companies in particular are faced with increasing demands with regard to the responsible use of digital technologies and data.
Speed is often crucial. This also applies when developing new material combinations – whether innovative solutions for the semiconductor industry or the latest liquid crystal mixtures in display technology.
In the digital age, companies are dependent upon recognizing new technology trends early on. Exchanging ideas with others is emerging as a key element of this.
Today, artificial intelligence (AI) and the deep learning method enable surprising and spectacular applications, such as image and voice recognition.
Apart from sustainability, digitalization is one of the key challenges facing the chemical industry. Digital solutions for all business sectors are more in demand than ever before.
Not only is the United States the home of Intel, one of the world’s largest chip manufacturers, it also ranks among the leading nations in the global semiconductor industry. EMD Electronics has increased our activities in the U.S. to provide materials and solutions for the semiconductor industry.
Even though machines are becoming increasingly intelligent, human operation is still essential. The interfaces for this are becoming more and more sophisticated. Touchscreens and voice control have a firm place in our everyday lives today.