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SenseTime and Megvii, the most valuable Chinese AI unicorns worth US$7.5bil and US$4bil respectively, were added to the US Entity List in October last year. In 2019, surveillance was the biggest single end-use for AI in China, accounting for 53.8% of all AI-powered applications.
Officials have compiled a list of more than 2,000 new technologies ranging from automatic temperature detection to diagnosis and hospital information systems.
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.
Tencent teams up with ‘Sars hero’ Zhong Nanshan on AI, big data lab to combat coronavirus and predict outbreaks
The joint lab aims to combat the novel coronavirus and help prevent future epidemics. Tencent is the latest company to team up with top expert Zhong, who is also collaborating with Alibaba Cloud and Foxconn.
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.
Visits to medical-related mini-programs on Chinese super app WeChat rose 347% over the past 20 days, compared to data recorded in December. The impact of the countrywide lockdown on the economy has the potential to cut China’s gross domestic product growth in the first quarter from 6% to 4.5%.
Hong Kong law enforcement authorities have access to artificial intelligence software that can match faces from any video footage to police databases, but it’s unclear if it’s being used to quell months-long pro-democracy protests, according to people familiar with the matter.
'TikTok', which has a version for mainland China called 'Douyin', said it adheres to US laws, and that all its US data are stored in the country.
Playing videogames with robots – just one way that technology is reshaping elderly health care in China
A growing number of scientists and tech companies in China are working on AI applications to make the country’s health care services more flexible.
China wants to adopt AI in all walks of life, from health care to financial services to driverless cars and robots.