Users who search for “Apple” on WeChat may be directed to the new Apple Official Account, which offers information, purchasing services and other functions since January 18. For Apple users, in addition to the customer service line and official website, the Apple WeChat official account offers an efficient Internet information channel.
The State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) released its statistics and information about China’s major fields. In 2017, the number of patent applications in China was 1.38 million, a year-on-year increase of 14.2 percent.
Two major bike-sharing companies, Mobike and ofo, have announced plans to share their big data.
Fliggy, Alibaba’s travel subsidiary, announced a strategic cooperation with American Airlines, which includes the establishment of franchise stores on Fliggy and membership plans for both sides.
The China IMT-2020 (5G) Promotion Group held a press conference to review the third stage of 5G technology the research and development in Beijing. It said the main links of China’s 5G industry chain will reach pre-commercial levels by the end of 2018.
Didi Chuxing today officially launched its comprehensive bike-sharing platform within its app, which now integrates the services of bluegogo and ofo. Beijing and Shenzhen will be the first two cities where users can find the “Bike-Sharing” tab on the DiDi app and use bluegogo’s bike through the app with no deposit required.
Ubisoft and WeChat jointly announced a strategic cooperation on small games. Ubisoft’s KETCHAPP will launch several small games on WeChat. The two sides will give full play to their advantages and provide users with interesting and high-quality games.
AI has defeated humans in chess and poker, and now it has come to dominate another field: reading comprehension.
Alibaba appeared on the road scenario segmentation list of the world’s largest autonomous driving computer vision algorithm KITTI on January 14.
Chairman and CEO of Tencent Pony Ma said at the 2018 Guardian Plan Conference that China’s criminal gangs lead the world, and AI technology has accelerated their ability to steal user data from corporate databases. New types of cybercrime are developing features of industrialization, intelligence and internationalization.