Right before the opening of Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Intel and Alibaba announced that they were teaming up to develop athlete tracking technology powered by artificial intelligence (AI) that is aimed to be deployed at the Olympic Games Tokyo in 2020.
Baidu and Intel co-launched an AI and 5G Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) innovation lab at Intel’s 5G Network Summit in Beijing.
Intel and Nanjing University announced the joint establishment of an Intel Parallel Computing Center (IPCC) at Nanjing University on Sept. 12. The new artificial intelligence (AI) research center will focus on deepening cooperation in the areas of AI research and AI talent cultivation.
U.S. chipmaker Intel and Chinese Internet group Bytedance launched their joint AI lab on August 22 in Beijing, aiming to leverage both strengths to promote AI innovation.
One of China’s biggest gaming exhibitions, ChinaJoy2018, closed on August 6th in Shanghai with many companies showcasing games, applications and gadgets on the annual event.
In the early hours of March 23, Beijing time, CNNMoney.com reported that a trade war between U.S. and China would be very bad news to some big U.S. companies.
Recently, Deutsche Telekom, Intel and Huawei announced they successfully completed the world’s first 5G interoperability development test using a 5G commercial base station that complied with the 3GPP R15 standard.
Wang Jingao, head of Apollo research and development, announced at the Baidu World Conference in Las Vegas today that Apollo 2.0 is officially open.