Xiaomi sets up technical committee as it pushes into artificial intelligence

  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 30 Apr 2019

Lei also said that Xiaomi plans to set up two research and development centers in Nanjing and Wuhan in China.

Xiaomi, the world’s fourth-biggest smartphone maker, said it will set up a technical committee comprising 19 members as part of its efforts to transform the company into an artificial intelligence-driven company.

Cui Baoqiu, the company’s recently promoted vice-president, is chairman of the committee, which will be responsible for technical strategy, collaboration with governments and universities, recruiting and encouraging tech talent and building an engineer culture in the company, according to the company.

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