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The EU unveils a plan on April 21 to regulate the sprawling field of artificial intelligence, aimed at making Europe a leader in the new tech revolution while reassuring the public against “Big Brother”-like abuses.
Alibaba’s launch of bargain marketplace Taobao Deals on Tencent’s super app WeChat hits a snag, source says
Alibaba’s plan to launch Taobao Deals mini-program on WeChat makes little progress weeks after application. The e-commerce collaboration would have enabled Taobao Deals to accept transactions that use online payment service WeChat Pay.
The SF5 model has been jointly launched by the Shenzhen-based tech giant and carmaker SERES. Moves comes after senior executive said smart cars may help company offset declining smartphone sales.
Rakuten Group is gaining ground on traditional banks, while banks are pushing back by launching their own digital services.
It’s an impressive figure. A study has demonstrated the exceptional growth of social media in the world: in one year, more than half a billion users joined a social platform or network over the 12-month period.
China’s government has expanded its antitrust crackdown beyond Jack Ma’s technology empire, launching an investigation into suspected monopolistic practices by food-delivery behemoth Meituan.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin posted a record weekly outflow, with overall sentiment on cryptocurrencies turning cautious as the digital asset's searing rally hit a wall, data from digital currency manager CoinShares showed on Monday.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - In Shanghai, aerospace executive Lu Hao didn't just buy a sleek electric SUV from Nio, China's answer to Tesla. He bought Nio's whole vision of a future where social media, e-commerce and the daily commute converge in one lifestyle app.
LONDON (Reuters) - British sports carmaker Lotus said on Tuesday it will invest more than two billion pounds ($2.8 billion) in new technology and in massively expanding production of its sports car models, and it hopes to switch to selling only electric cars by 2028.
Singapore officials trying to digitise the economy are targeting a tricky group of holdouts: elderly vendors who run the country’s famed hawker stalls.