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With creative, efficient and amazingly responsive solutions, Chinese technology giants and emerging startups are bringing tremendous value to the nation’s fight against the novel coronavirus.
Beijing rolls out colour-coded QR system for coronavirus tracking despite concerns over privacy, inaccurate ratings
Beijing residents will be assigned coloured QR codes, with only those with green codes being able to move around the city freely. The system, which has been rolled out in more than 100 cities across the country, has been criticised for a lack of transparency and potential mislabelling.
In Beijing, you will soon be able to order books with your lunch on Chinese food delivery app Meituan
A first batch of 72 bookstores are launching on food delivery platform Meituan “as soon as next week”. Booksellers in China’s capital city have been struggling to stay afloat due to reduced footfall during the epidemic.
The coronavirus has hurt many companies in China and around the world. Neolix, a driverless delivery business based in Beijing, isn’t among them – in fact, it’s seen a jump in demand.
The maker of TikTok is preparing to roll out a Google-like suite of office collaboration tools as soon as this month, according to people familiar with the plans, as it works to expand beyond short video sharing.
China named its first team of national AI champions in 2017, tasking them to develop the technology for uses including health care. The developments since have proven useful today, in light of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Google team is monitoring the situation and has blocked tens of thousands of ads trying to capitalise on the novel coronavirus. Chinese search giant Baidu said it had removed more than 147,000 examples of ‘harmful information’ related to coronavirus as of Feb 12.
Didi offers US$10mil relief fund to help overseas drivers cope with the effects of Covid-19 pandemic
Chinese tech companies have collectively pledged billions of yuan to help fight the epidemic.
China's Didi Chuxing said on March 16 it had launched delivery services in 21 Chinese cities, a move it hopes will provide its drivers with more income after the coronavirus epidemic battered ride-hailing demand.
Officials have compiled a list of more than 2,000 new technologies ranging from automatic temperature detection to diagnosis and hospital information systems.