Robin Li, the founder and CEO of Chinese search engine Baidu, said that artificial intelligence (AI) will innovate all kinds of industries, including Baidu’s search engine.
According to Reuters, the Trump administration took steps to restrict exports of artificial intelligence software in order to protect sensitive technologies from competitors such as China.
Chinese citizens enjoy a level of digital convenience in their daily lives that cannot be matched by any other nation.
On December 18, DiDi and NVIDIA announced a cooperation agreement. Didi will use NVIDIA’s technology to develop autonomous driving and cloud computing solutions.
On December 10, OPPO held their INNO DAY 2019 event, promoting their theme of ‘Create Beyond Boundaries’.
On the morning of November 19, in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, was greeting guests at the company’s annual developer conference.
Kuaishou has established an exclusive interactive partnership with CCTV’s annual New Year’s Gala, according to Chinese media LatePost.
The top five smart speaker brands included Amazon (10.4 million units), Alibaba (3.9 million units), Baidu (3.7 million units), Google ( 3.5 million units) and Xiaomi (3.4 million units).
Canaan, a Hangzhou-based company that produces Bitcoin mining machines, has filed for an IPO on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “CAN” and is seeking to raise up to $400 million in capital.
Chinese online content juggernaut ByteDance is rumored to be considering an IPO in Hong Kong in the first quarter of 2020.
Smart cities and smart transportation are what Chinese tech giants have been obsessed with since AI, 5G and IoT turned from hackneyed buzzwords to everyday reality.
On September 25, Amazon announced that it would join forces with many of the world's top tech companies including Tencent, to form the Voice Interoperability Alliance (VII).
At the 2019 Huawei Connect conference, the Chinese telecom giant announced the launch of what it claims is the fastest cluster for training artificial intelligence in the world.
The internet chart-busters initiated not only a deluge of jubilant social media posts, but also a serious debate about the future of privacy, security and truth at a time when data sells better than oil.
China's viral deepfake app ZAO has bowed to intense media pressure and published an open letter addressing the concerns and their updated user agreement.