““Samsung Semiconductor in trouble?” Fight with the TSMC-Nvidia allied forces… The winner of the ‘Nano War’ [비즈360]”- The Herald Economy

In April 2014, TSMC founder Maurice Chang gave a lecture at Stanford University in the United States, and Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, spoke about his impressions of attending the lecture.[스탠포드대학 유튜브 캡처] [헤럴드경제=김지헌 기자] TSMC, the No. 1 global foundry (semiconductor chip consignment production) that has been pushed behind by Samsung in the speed … Read more

Guo Fan’s sci-fi comedy “Universe Exploration Editorial Department” reveals that CINITY posters explore the possibility of sci-fi in the absurd_Kong Dashan_电影_电影

Original title: Producer Guo Fan’s sci-fi comedy “Cosmic Exploration Editorial Department” reveals that CINITY posters explore the possibility of sci-fi in the absurd Sohu Entertainment News The movie “Universe Exploration Editorial Department” released CINITY’s exclusive posters and character stills today. It is absurd but also somewhat scientific. Although it is funny, it is full of … Read more

“The production studios are understaffed”

How do you view the dynamics of the job market in the field of animation in Morocco compared to other countries? In other words, is there enough supply and demand for skills in the market? Today, the dynamics of employment in this sector is in the start-up phase in Morocco compared to other countries, notably … Read more

Animated film: An industry in search of skills

Since national television channels embarked on the production of animated films, given the enormous potential that this industry holds in several countries, professionals have seen new challenges arise consisting mainly of constraints linked in particular to the lack of resources qualified human. Hence their focus on investment in training in order to have the talents … Read more

This dream which inaugurates the artist

Winner of the “Dream Artist” show broadcast on 2M at the end of 2022, the young photographer Mourad Fedouach inaugurated his very first exhibition “From Douar Shanty to New York”, on Friday March 10 at the American Arts Center in Casablanca. Mourad Fedouach, only 23 years old and from the douar of Sidi Yahya Gharb, … Read more

Ach Couture, all in softness and refinement

Siham Achouba and Fatiha Legmiri, two artists at heart, have always known that they would work with the fabrics, threads, embroidery, colors and patterns to which they have a real passion. Today, with a lot of ambition and goodwill, they gave life, in January, to “Ach Couture”, their brand which offers personalized traditional creations highlighting … Read more

Germany trumps France

In the race for green hydrogen, France is trying to carve out a place for itself in Morocco. On March 6, the hydrogen task force of the French employers’ organization MEDEF visited the Kingdom to discuss opportunities for collaboration in this area. Led by Valérie Levkov, Director of Africa, Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean of … Read more

Tribute to the intangible cultural heritage of Czechia

Since its inception, the FICAM team has echoed the great schools of universal animation with the concern of sharing with the Moroccan public recognized and unpublished experiences in the Kingdom. This desire to open up to the fundamentals of animated film dates back to the beginnings of the festival, manifesting itself in the reception of … Read more

Departure from Shorter, bad weather for jazz

His influence on jazz lasted more than half a century. Thundering member of the group Weather Report, Wayne Shorter, American saxophonist considered one of the greatest jazz composers, died on Thursday March 2 in Los Angeles at the age of 89. His agent, Alisse Kingsley, announced it to Agence France-Presse in a written message, but … Read more

Al Ahly pushed out!

Al Ahly suffered their heaviest defeat in the Champions League. The Ahlaouis were rolled by the Sundowns. 5 to 2 in favor of the South Africans. Al Ahly was very disappointing against a big Mamelon which seems to be coming back to the fore after a few seasons of stealth. The South Africans have already … Read more