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China’s AI champions are already powering a mind-boggling array of processes and this will rise in 2020
Eight Chinese artificial intelligence companies, including Megvii and iFlyTek, were put on the US trade blacklist in October. Megvii claims that being added to the US Entity List had actually turned into a “coming of age gift”.
Shortly after being named Amazon.com Inc’s global logistics chief in 2013, Dave Clark held a conference call with his new reports. During the meet-and-greet, according to a person on the call, Clark described his early-career habit of lurking in the shadows of Amazon warehouses and scoping out slackers he could fire, which earned him the nickname The Sniper.
In the race to make shopping as easy as possible, a growing group of companies has turned to a strategy that seems impossible in our security-saturated world: the honour system.
As facial recognition tech races ahead of regulation, Chinese residents grow nervous about data privacy
Generally believed to be more accepting of trading privacy for security, Chinese residents are increasingly voicing concerns about facial recognition. A law professor in east China recently sued a wildlife park after it introduced a facial recognition-based entry system.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) confirmed that an application to test a passenger drone prototype in the vicinity of the Subang airport was submitted a few days prior to the proposed test flight on Nov 21, but no authorisation was given.
Owners of e-shops find money-making opportunity in creating frozen personalised messages.
Is it a pine tree? Or a cellphone tower? ‘Stealth’ structures multiply as wireless technology grows in the US
Tiffany Crump sat outside of a pizza place near the Deerfield Beach city hall recently and thumbed her cellphone. Across the street, a large clock tower loomed over her shoulder.
Many of the fights come down to cities trying to keep control over how residential properties are used, while preventing what are essentially mini, unlicensed hotel businesses.
The bitter, multi-million dollar battle over home-sharing in Jersey City has come to an end – with Airbnb Inc losing the fight.
United Parcel Service Inc Flight Forward drones have flown prescription medications to the front lawn of a private home and to a retirement centre, the UPS unit's first revenue-generating deliveries for drugstore chain CVS Health Corp.