Despite US restrictions, China is betting on producing next-generation smartphone processors Despite US restrictions, China is betting on producing next-generation smartphone processors

Despite US restrictions, China is betting on producing next-generation smartphone processors

Despite US restrictions, China is betting on producing next-generation smartphone processors

The Financial Times reported that Chinese chip manufacturers are seeking to produce next-generation smartphone processors this year despite America's attempts to obstruct technological progress in the Asian country.

The report, citing knowledgeable people, revealed that China's largest chip manufacturing company (SMIC) has begun assembling new semiconductor production lines in Shanghai, with the aim of producing chips designed by Huawei in large quantities. SMIC also plans to use its existing inventory of American and Dutch-made equipment to produce 5-nanometer chips.
“With the new 5nm chips, Huawei is on the right track to update its new flagship phone and data center chips,” one of the sources told the Financial Times.

In September 2023, Huawei, “hit by sanctions,” began successfully selling its Mate 60 Pro smartphone, which uses advanced 7-nanometer chips.
To address increasing restrictions, the Chinese government has invested in developing its own semiconductor supply chain.
It is noteworthy that the administration of US President Joe Biden introduced a comprehensive set of export controls in 2022 with the aim of slowing technological progress in China, citing national security concerns, including a ban on sales of certain semiconductor chips to China made anywhere in the world with American equipment. , and ban shipments of chips for supercomputing and artificial intelligence systems.
China has repeatedly criticized the export restrictions, claiming that they contradict globally recognized market rules. 

Russia : New software to protect against online fraud

Experts in Russia have developed new software based on artificial intelligence, which can recognize messages from fraudsters via the Internet or email.
The newspaper "Izvestia" quoted the developers of the new software as saying: "These technologies can document a snapshot of the computer screen every 15 seconds while using the Internet, analyze the texts in the snapshot, and identify malicious messages."

If the software recognizes suspicious messages, it alerts the user and shows him a notification about those messages, indicating the type of potential fraud. This software can work with computers and devices that run Linux and Windows.

Software developers at the Russian Kuban Technical University pointed out that their new software, which was developed in the digital language Python, has artificial intelligence trained to recognize cases of electronic fraud, such as attempts to steal bank card data, fake job offers, etc., and this software will be useful to ordinary Internet users or For companies.”

A trial version of this software is supposed to be launched in the second half of this year, and full versions are expected to be released in 2026, with versions intended for government and educational institutions.

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