May 02, 2022

What should we do about computer chip shortages?

By Emily Kilcrease

Digital technology is expanding rapidly and high demand for these products is putting enormous demands on global supply chains. One area that has exhibited major bottlenecks is semiconductors, the computer chips that power the digital revolution. Emily Kilcrease, senior fellow and director of the Energy, Economics and Security Program at the Center for New American Security joins the TechTank podcast from Brookings Institution to discuss this issue.

Listen to the full episode from TechTank.

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