Nvidia’s AI Chip Exports Caught In Crossfire As Biden’s China Policy Focuses On Tech

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The Biden administration has pressed the pause button on Nvidia Corp. (NASDAQ:NVDA)’s microchip sales to the Middle East amid concerns about potential re-exports to China. The bold geopolitical move aims to curb Beijing’s artificial intelligence ambitions, as the Telegraph’s James Titcomb reports Wednesday. The Biden administration is shifting its focus toward national security in the tech sphere. The microchips in question, including the pivotal H100 and A100 chips, play a pivotal role in training advanced AI systems. Notably, these chips are integral to software like ChatGPT, illustrating th…

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