The earth is round, there is no center.
The Internet was without question or legitimate controversy invented in the United States by Americans. Many decades later, after spreading to the entire world and after many hundreds of other innovations, some people in Switzerland invented hypertext links and a couple of other things that helped contribute to the commercialization of the thing that already existed and was in wide use. And there was a British guy working on the project. If Berners-Lee invented the Internet then Ray Kroc invented hamburgers. And if the nationality of one guy on staff confers credit for an invention to the country that guy is from, then... I guess Germany invented manned spaceflight? Actually, I have heard someone on this site make that claim before.
For example, postage stamps from the UK are the only postage stamps in the world that don't list what country they are from on the stamp. Want to take a guess as to which country invented postage stamps?
Commercial websites in the UK always used to end in .co.uk. Just like in Russia it's .co.ru. In France it's .co.fr. In the US? Is and always has been just .com
Same way if you look at international calling codes. Code for the UK? +44. For Thailand? +66. Japan? +81. Tuvalu? +688. For the US and Canada? +1.
- Shortage of GPUs
- GPUs are used for crypto mining
- GPUs are massively used in AI, this is still a huge growth market.
- investors are betting on the takeover of ARM by NVIDIA to succeed
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