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China calls for joint development in AI to reduce risk of technology gap between rich and poor countries
China’s AI industry continues to grow, with core activities in the sector valued at US$7bil and the number of AI enterprises exceeding 2,600 at the end of 2019. The conference attracted executives from nearly 500 companies and institutions, including US firms Intel, Tesla, Microsoft and Nvidia, as well as scientists and scholars.
SYDNEY, July 9 (Reuters): Australia said on Thursday (July 9) it was suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in response to a new security law imposed there and announced measures to attract businesses from the Asian financial hub, provoking an angry response from Beijing.
Viral video platform TikTok’s withdrawal from Hong Kong is a savvy commercial move that sidesteps thorny privacy issues but it will not shield the app completely from accusations of collusion with China, experts say.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Air pollution has caused an estimated 49,000 deaths and $23 billion in economic losses in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai alone since Jan. 1, 2020, according to a "clean air counter" launched by environmental groups on Thursday.
HONG KONG: Chinese video site Bilibili is considering a secondary listing in Hong Kong, said two people with direct knowledge of the matter, joining other U.S.-listed Chinese companies eyeing a return to the exchange closer to home amid China-U.S. tensions.
As TikTok competitors swoop in amid global pushback, is the short video app losing its ‘first mover advantage’?
In the week after India banned TikTok, negative sentiment against the app on social media rose to 80% on average from 55% a week before. Meanwhile, Indian alternatives are gaining traction and Western apps are also launching short video features.
Time will be the next frontier in India’s digital battlefield; dollars will follow the hours consumers spend online.
NEW YORK: Asian stocks were expected to rise on Thursday, as hopes of a robust economic recovery offset concerns over flare-ups in the coronavirus pandemic, and as investors looked ahead to earnings season.
RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has gone all in on hydroxychloroquine to help his coronavirus-ravaged country beat COVID-19. He has pushed his government to make the malaria drug widely available and encouraged Brazilians to take it, both to prevent the disease and to treat it.
The virus has trapped US$111bil of luxury spending in China; shoppers turn to e-commerce, livestreaming
Jeff Meng, a 25-year-old watch lover from a well-heeled Guangdong family, had 160,000 yuan (RM97,483) burning a hole in his pocket. He could not find the Rolex Daytona watch he wanted, dubbed “panda” for its black-and-white face, anywhere in China.