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Sergey Akhromeyev A Soviet marshal.
Zhores Alferov A Russian scientist.
Richard Anderson A Hewlett-Packard executive.
Wang Anshun Served as the Mayor of Beijing.
Richard Van Atta Former Pentagon official.
Diosdado Banatao One who founded Chip and Technologies. aka: Dado.
Wu Bangguo A retired high-ranking politician in the People's Republic of China.
John Bardeen American physicist and engineer.
Joel Barr A Soviet spy.
Craig Barrett Intel's new CEO.
Joe Biden The 46th and current president of the United States.
Walter Brattain A brilliant physicist who joined inventing the transistor.
Ian Arthur Bremmer American political scientist
Don Brooks Former Texas Instruments executive.
Harold H. Brown U.S. Army Air Force officer who served during World War II.
George H.W. Bush The 41st president of the United States.
George W. Bush The 43rd president of the United States.
Neil Bush A younger brother of George W. Bush.
Lee Byung-chul Founder of the Samsung Group.
Lee Byung-chul Founder of the Samsung Group.
Gordon Campbell One who founded Chip and Technologies.
John Carruthers A British engineer and economic theorist.
Jimmy Carter The 39th President of the USA.
Morris Chang Founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.
Steve Chen A Taiwanese-American Internet entrepreneur.
Shang-Yi Chiang A soft-spoken engineer who headed TSMC's R&D.
Clayton Christensen A Harvard Business School's most famous professor.
Hillary Clinton Served as the 67th U.S. secretary of state under president Obama.
Mark Cohen A Berkeley professor who was an expert on Chinese law.
Lynn Conway A computer scientist.
Joe Davis An officer in-charge to acquire new equipment for use in Vietnam.
Charles de Gaulle President of France.
John Deng Minister of Economic Affairs in the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Robert H. Dennard An American electrical engineer and inventor.
Charles Stark Draper Founder and director of the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory.
Federico Faggin An Italian physicist
Henry Farrell An American novelist and screenwriter.
Doug Fuller. Served in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Yuri Gagarin A soviet cosmonaut who was the first human in outer space.
Bill Gates An American business magnate
Les Gelb American journalist.
Patrick Gelsinger Serving as CEO of Intel. aka: Pat.
Milt Greenberg An Air Force officer-turned-geophysicist.
Andrew Grove Served as the third CEO of Intel Corporation.
Johannes Gutenberg A German craftsman and inventor.
Chuck Hagel American military veteran served as a U.S. senator from Nebraska.
Partick Haggerty Chairman of Texas Instruments. aka: Pat.
Robert Hannigan A cyber security specialist.
Peter Hartcher An Australian journalist.
Kenji Hayashi Naruse's colleague.
Liu He Served as a vice premier of the People's Republic of China.
Bill Hewlett American engineer and co-founder of the Hewlett-Packard.
J. T. Ho A process manager at Micron's Taiwan facility.
Jean Hoerni American engineer who was a silicon transistor pioneer.
Marcian Edward Hoff Jr. One of the inventors of the microprocessor. aka: Ted.
Ken Hu Deputy and Rotating Chairman of Huawei’s Board of Directors.
Jensen Huang Co-founder and current president and CEO of Nvidia Corporation.
Saddam Hussein An Iraqi politician who was the fifth president of Iraq.
Masaru Ibuka Morita's business partner.
Hayato Ikeda Prime Minister of Japan.
Tsai Ing-wen Served as the president of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Shintaro Ishihara Japanese politician and writer who was Governor of Tokyo.
Irwin Jacobs An expert in wireless communication.
Moon Jae-in Served as the 12th president of South Korea.
Lee Jae-yong Serving as the executive chairman of Samsung Electronics.
Xi Jinping President of China.
Hu Jintao President of China from 2003 to 2013.
Steve Jobs Founder and CEO of Apple.
Ma Kai One of the four Vice Premiers of China.
Chiang Kai-shek Served as the leader of the Republic of China.
Elsa Kania A leading American expert on the Chinese military.
John F. Kennedy The 35th president of the United States.
Li Keqiang Served as the premier of the People's Republic of China.
Nikita Khrushchev Former Premier of the Soviet Union.
Makoto Kikuchi A physicist in the Japanese government's Electrotechnical Lab.
Jack Kilby Co-inventor of the integrated circuit.
Henry Kissinger Served as United States Secretary of State.
Eugene Klein Chairman of the board of directors and chief stockholder of NGC.
Brian Krzanich Intel's CEO from 2013 to 2018.
Jay Lathrop Co-inventor of photolithography.
Kai-Fu Lee Taiwanese computer scientist
K. T. Li A Taiwanese economist and politician.
Robert Lighthizer Served as the United States Trade Representative.
Mark Liu Chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Jack Ma Co-founder of Alibaba Group.
Alexis Madrigal A journalist.
Chris Malachowsky One of the co-founders of computer graphics company Nvidia.
Boris Malin One of Soviet Union's leading experts on semiconductor devices.
Andrew Marshall A Pentagon analyst.
Lockheed Martin A defense contractor.
Fujio Masuoka A Japanese engineer
Carver Mead An advisor to Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel.
Jiang Mianheng A Chinese physicist and business executive.
Kiichi Miyazawa Japanese politician who served as Prime Minister of Japan.
Steven Mnuchin Served as the 77th United States secretary of the treasury.
Gordon Moore Co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel.
Akio Morita A Japanese entrepreneur and co-founder of Sony.
James Nall A chemist. Lathrop's assistant.
Jun Naruse A Hitache employee.
Peter Navarro Served in the Trump administration as the Asst. to the President.
Bob Nease One of the engineers designing the computer.
Abraham L. Newman An American political scientist.
Richard Nixon The 37th president of the United States.
Allen Noble A Boise businessman.
Robert Noyce Co-founder Fairchild Semiconductor.
Barack Obama The 44th president of the United States.
Nikolai Ogarkov Served as chief of the general staff of the Soviet military.
Yuri Osokin An ambitious young engineer.
Paul Otellini President and CEO of Intel.
David Packard American electrical engineer and co-founder of Hewlett-Packard.
Joe Parkinson One of the founder of Micron.
Ward Parkinson One of the founder of Micron.
William Perry A Pentagon official who advocated using chips.
Peter Peterson American investment banker.
Mary Anne Potter A TI production engineer.
Matthew Pottinger Served as the United States deputy national security advisor.
Curtis R. Priem An American computer scientist.
Penny Pritzker Served as the 38th United States secretary of commerce.
Vladimir Putin Russian politician serving as the current president of Russia.
Gina Raimondo United States Secretary of Commerce.
Ronald Reagan The 40th president of the United States.
Robert Reich An American political economist.
David Rockefeller American investment banker.
Ginni Rometty Served as executive chairman of IBM after stepping down as CEO.
Theodore Roosevelt Served as the 26th president of the United States from 1901-1909.
Julius Rosenberg An infamous Cold War spy.
Wilbur Ross Jr. Served as the 39th United States Secretary of Commerce.
Jerry Sanders Founder and CEO of Advanced Micro Devices.
Alfred Sarant A KGB spy.
Ben Sasse Served as a United States senator from Nebraska.
Robin Saxby The chief executive and then chairman of ARM Holdings.
Eric Schmidt Former Google CEO.
Martin Schroeter IBM's CFO.
Klaus Schwab The chair of the World Economic Forum.
Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. United States Army general.
L. J. Sevin A former Texas Instruments engineer.
William Shakespeare An English playwright
Liu Shaoqi A Chinese politician.
Mark Shepherd Chairman and CEO of Texas Instruments.
Anton Shilov A chip industry analyst.
William Shockley The manager of a research group at Bell Labs.
Alexander Shokin First deputy chairman of the Soviet State Committee.
George Shultz Former U.S. Secretary of Treasury.
Peter Simone A GCA president.
Jack Simplot An American entrepreneur and businessman.
Edward Snowden American former computer intelligence consultant.
Robert Solow An MIT economist.
Charlie Sporck The CEO of National Semiconductor.
Donald Trump The 45th president of the United States.
Anatoly Trutko A semiconductor engineer from the Soviet Union.
Malcolm Turnbull The 29th prime minister of Australia.
Matt Turpin A Pentagon official worked on the military new offset strategy.
Vladimir Vetrov A KGB spy.
Andrew Viterbi An Italian Jewish–American electrical engineer and businessman.
Kenny Wang Chief operating officer.
Zhao Weiguo Former head of an expansive Chinese conglomerate.
Peter Wennink ASML's CEO.
William Westmoreland United States Army general.
Winston Wong A Taiwanese businessman.
Weldon Word A project manager at TI.
Steve Wozniak American computer programmer.
Deng Xiaoping A Chinese revolutionary leader.
Tony Yen The head of Taiwan.
Lee Kuan Yew Served as the first prime minister of Singapore.
Mao Zedong Founding father of the People's Republic of China.
Jiang Zemin President of China.
Ren Zhengfei The founder of Huawei.
Robert Zoellick The 11th president of the World Bank Group.
Mark Elliot Zuckerberg American business magnate and internet entrepreneur
Ethel Rosenberg's wife.
Hirohito Emperor of Japan from 1926 to 1989.
Yoshiko Morita's wife.