ReutersChief executives from business including Google parent Alphabet, AT&T, Intel and General Motors are set to participate in a White House virtual summit on Monday addressing the worldwide semiconductor shortage.The summit comes as the Biden administration embarks on a review of key U.S. supply chains, consisting of those for semiconductors, high-capacity batteries, medical products and unusual earth metals.” The White House has likewise stated it looks for to review gaps in domestic production and supply chains that are dominated by or run through “countries that are or are likely to become hostile or unsteady. Participants will go over Bidens American Jobs Plan and how to enhance the U.S. supply chain for semiconductors, according to the White House.Here is the full list of companies whose executives are set to participate in the top: Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.WATCH: Chip lack slows production of video game consoles, vehicles and more