Chip shortage no longer — there’s now a glut

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Chip shortage no longer — there’s now a glut

No longer facing the blistering demand for microchips seeing during the peak of the pandemic, chip-making giants like AMD and Intel are seeing their profits decrease. We look into what that says about the wider malaise seen in the tech sector. The BBC reports on one 22-year-old Princeton student’s tool to detect AI-generated text. And, an early farewell to the iconic Boeing 747, which formally stopped being produced this week.

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  • Lisaa

    I very much appreciate the podcast representation 🎉


    Great episode loved the thing but the intro was a little long

    6 months ago·3 likes·

    @Mario This podcast is super fun to listen to and motivating, keep those new episodes going

    6 months ago·3 likes·
  • martin

    The part where he mentions that he wants to be adopted by a more functional family even at 45 yrs really hits home. Really delineates how no matter how old and independent you are, you still need love and support.

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    Going back trough all the episodes, amazing podcast

    6 months ago·6 likes·
  • Evaa22

    Good stuff keep it up


    6:00 who is the intro sooo long 😂

    6 months ago·5 likes·

    10:30 til around 20:00 is a great part

    6 months ago·5 likes·

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