'Silicon Heartland': New Intel Project Could Start to Reverse US Dependence on Foreign Chips

On a 1,000-acre parcel of rural land near Columbus lies the beginning of a technology investment that could begin to reverse America's semi-conductor chip shortage. It's also expected to create an enormous opportunity for tech workers in the Midwest, potentially turning the region into what advocates are calling a "Silicon Heartland."


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