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TSMC’s plans to implement its AI utilization to control operations at its Arizona facility

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is currently at the top of chip manufacturing and the company extensively uses modern computing technologies such as artificial intelligence for manufacturing its semiconductors. It is responsible for providing products to a variety of companies, including big-ticket technology names. 

Recently the company’s representatives were invited to the Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association’s annual conference, which took place virtually, and at the event, the executives shared some major insights into the chip manufacturers’ operations and future expectations.

According to the reports presented by the executives, TSMC extensively uses artificial intelligence to manage its semiconductor manufacturing facilities. They further explained that the data which is generated by advanced semiconductor manufacturing has significantly increased alongside technological advances.

TSMC also further states that artificial intelligence is playing a major role in modern-day chipmaking and also that the chipmaker has now begun to rely on the technology to the effect that it does not need many engineers at its manufacturing plants.

The scope of manufacturing operations at TSMC is beyond what humans can control and therefore, the chipmaker relies heavily on artificial intelligence to manage its machines. Sharing the company’s post-pandemic plans, the executives further outlined that only equipment engineers were needed to be present in the facilities during the pandemic, and others could oversee operations from Taiwan and even the U.S.

TSMC plans to implement the same layout to control the global facilities from its hometown Taiwan, this also includes the new chip plant the company is building in Arizona. TSMC’s chairman Dr. Mark Liu believes that the company’s chip output would grow by 24.7% by the end of this year to cross at NT$4 trillion. This growth will be higher than the 20.9% rate achieved by the industry last year. However, she also argues that trade tensions between the U.S. and China pose uncertainty for all industries, including semiconductors.

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The world is trying to get up from the impact of semiconductor shortages however the problem doesn’t seem to come down anytime soon.


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Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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