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JD.com rolls out fleet of autonomous delivery vans as online shopping giants embrace unmanned operations
The roll out in Changshu city in Jiangsu province began in August after the company tested its Level-4 autonomous driving technology in Wuhan earlier this year. However, analysts say it could take more than 10 years to achieve large-scale use because the technology is expensive and firms need to figure out how to make money
When the coronavirus pandemic shut down bars and concert halls in March, a new phenomenon was born: the vacation-rental nightclub.
The UK risks losing jobs to the Covid crisis that could be resilient to automation while giving a short-term boost to sectors that have no long-term future.
Alibaba’s Tmall to upend China’s real estate industry by using the Internet for entire sales process
Developers are listing their home projects on Tmall Haofang, a new sales channel by world’s largest e-commerce platform. Selected projects sold on the ‘good homes’ channel will offer up to 15% discount to catalogue prices.
Smithfield Foods Inc thought it was doing great. In the first quarter of this year, its earnings were up 190% over the same period in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and the close quarters of meatpacking plants made them ideal places for the coronavirus to spread.
Bringing shopping malls online could be the answer to a problem that’s gnawed at e-commerce for years, namely how to slash delivery costs for the “last mile” before a product reaches its buyer, according to the chief executive of Citycon Oyj.
Scientists believe they have found a way for city dwellers to let in fresh air while reducing the urban cacophony – and it is a bit like popping massive, noise-cancelling headphones onto your flat.
Managers at electric carmaker Tesla Inc on Sept 10 demonstrated new supercharger equipment on a Berlin research campus, saying they were looking at more target cities to attract potential buyers worried about access to charging.
While mobile carriers claim they cover close to the entire country, users in Germany often report little or no signal inside buildings or outside large towns.
The future of China’s largest artificial intelligence company was thrown into question last year when it was blacklisted by the Trump administration. Today, SenseTime is thriving with growing demand for its facial recognition software.