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Chinese take to social media to vent their anger over move to close accounts for allegedly spreading disinformation about Hong Kong protests. One post reads that ‘it is outside the firewall where freedom of speech is suppressed’.
London and Atlanta only non-Chinese cities to make the top 10 ranked by number of surveillance cameras. China on track to have one camera for every two people by 2020, report finds.
As social-media-savvy activists run a grassroots public relations campaign, they have come up against nationalistic mainlanders egged on by state media. There is a clear dichotomy between how the movement has been portrayed on the Internet within and beyond the mainland.
Report says China’s techno-utilitarian culture is more willing to adopt AI if it provides a broader social good.
Online search giant aims to support expansion initiatives of Chinese companies in South-East Asia.
Old problem of balancing individual rights with social good just as important with AI, says China governance expert
Tsinghu University’s Xue Lan chairs a committee of experts advising China’s Ministry of Science and Technology on AI governance. AI poses question of how to balance individual and societal benefits against privacy concerns, Xue says.
Hong Kong protests: man stabs three people at Lennon Wall in Tseung Kwan O tunnel after victims reveal political views
Accused allegedly asked victims their views on extradition bill protests before launching knife attackVictims suffer injuries to head and hand – one critical in hospital, while other receives seven stitches
Analysts say only a comprehensive deal between US and China will return Huawei to normal operations
Man ordered to serve 15 days in detention for trying to kiss a girl in a lift but sentence overturned on medical grounds
Equipment such as road sensors, laser and microwave radars, panoramic video surveillance, were tested at the highway. China is targeting for smart vehicles to account for half of all new cars sold at home by 2020.