Pinduoduo jointly launched “Super Brand Day Activities” with Xiaodu, China’s largest search engine Baidu’s artificial intelligence speaker.
Tech giant Baidu revealed on Oct. 10 that it has become the top domestic platform for users to obtain services during the 8-day long national day holiday.
As the epidemic is under control in China, offline activities are able to hosted again. In September, there were several important technology conferences that took place.
Leading artificial intelligence company Baidu on Sept. 30 announced that its Smart Living Group (SLG) has entered into definitive agreements with CPE, Baidu Capital and IDG Capital for Series A financing at a post-money valuation of approximately 20 billion yuan ($2.9 billion.)
Life sciences company BioMap was formally announced on Sept. 25, led by Baidu CEO Robin Li as chairman and Baidu Ventures (BV) CEO Liu Wei as co-founder and CEO.
Baidu, Inc. on Sept. 15 held its annual technology conference, Baidu World 2020, in cooperation with CCTV via livestreaming, showcasing its latest innovations in the AI sphere.
China’s autonomous driving technology provider Idriverplus announced its completion of a C+ round of financing worth hundreds of millions of yuan led by Xin Ding Capital.
Baidu on Sept. 10 launched the Apollo Go Robotaxi service in Apollo Park in Beijing, covering nearly 100 pick-up and drop-off stations in Yizhuang, Haidian and Shunyi districts.
Fortune on Thursday unveiled its ‘40 under 40’ list for 2020, which included seven Chinese entrepreneurs from the categories of technology, healthcare and finance.
Stuart Oda, CEO of Alesca Life, said that agriculture and agricultural technology have come into sharp focus from the fallout of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Baidu Cloud Computing (Shunde) Center officially settled in Shunde with a total installed scale of servers exceeding 200,000 units.
After conducting over 519,000km of road tests in Beijing, Baidu’s Apollo Go Robotaxi service was approved for phase 2 of autonomous vehicle road tests with passengers on board on Aug. 24.
Ant Group is sending a signal to China’s traditional finance industry: with access to financial licenses, tech companies can bite.
China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com is considering a delisting from Nasdaq due to the impact of COVID-19 and rising US-China tensions.
Will ages of TAMP (Tencent, Alibaba, Meituan-Dianping, Pinduoduo) come?