News Intel-Tsinghua Jintide Xeon Processor: Hot Chips 2019 Live Coverage

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I'm not sure if it's technically unethical for Intel to aid the operations of a communist dictatorship that tracks, censors, prosecutes, and imprisons pollitical dissidents and minorities.
But in the very least, Intel should be a little more concerned about how easy they are making it to have their intellectual property and trade secrets stolen. Hopefully there aren't any other 'secure' systems that depend on any of the technologies that Intel is giving away.

Or, maybe this will be the first time president-for-life Xi Jingping's military respects the privacy of two parties sharing technical data within mainland China.
 
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