There are many technologies emerging all around the world with ever improving connectivity, computing and internet speed. Artificial intelligence (AI), automotive electronics, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) are some of the common new technologies, expected to change the world in the coming decades.

We should also not discount the chips involved in the process. They make the technologies work, and are vital to the performance and the industry as a whole. These technologies depend heavily on the semiconductor industry to provide the computing power necessary.

Semiconductors play an essential role in our everyday lives. From using our smartphones to snap a photo to converting an image into digital data for it to be further processed into an image file, which can be shared across the different social media platforms.

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