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Roving security at Hongyuan Park can check the temperature of several hundred people within two minutes at a distance of up to 1 metre. Chinese AI start-up Rokid has also supplied its smart glasses to public security authorities in its home city of Hangzhou.
Last week, the mayor of Ecuador’s largest city ordered the international airport’s runway blocked to prevent a KLM airliner from landing to pick up Dutch tourists stranded by the coronavirus.
Gwyneth Paltrow posted an Instagram photo Monday on her way back from the farmer’s market. In it, she’s wearing a black dress and a matching black face mask. Her label of choice for the latter is a Swedish company called Airinum AB.
Megvii makes deep learning AI framework open-source as China moves to reduce reliance on US platforms
Initially developed in 2014, MegEngine is part of Megvii’s proprietary AI platform, Brain++. China’s reliance on US-originated deep learning frameworks is seen as a significant gap in its AI ecosystem.
Soccer sim and notorious timesink Football Manager 2020 is lengthening its free access period by an extra week.
Covid-19: Chinese people overseas are turning to online health platforms amid global coronavirus panic
This surge follows increasing demand for online health services at home amid the coronavirus outbreak — which can be spread by human water droplets.
China'sIndustry and Information Technology Ministry published a lengthy document on March 24 calling on localities to accelerate 5G network buildouts and applications to minimise the impact of the coronavirus.
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings has rolled out a new tracking app aimed at students who are preparing to return to school, the latest tool in the country's coronavirus combat arsenal as the outbreak shows signs of easing.
A shortage of workers and restrictions on human contact because of the coronavirus pandemic is driving up demand for service robots in China, potentially boosting a sector that has struggled to scale up commercially.
Chinese researchers say they have developed an artificial intelligence tool that can assist doctors to make choices about Covid-19 patients. It analyses blood samples to predict survival rates and could help medical staff choose who gets treatment first.