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[Reprint] Kai-Fu Lee Leads Beijing's New AI Research Center
Beijing city officials yesterday launched a new international artificial intelligence research center in Beijing. The center will be led by Kai-Fu Lee, CEO of Sinovation Ventures, who has publicly endorsing China’s potential in AI growth.
HTC Engineers Officially Join Google Hardware Projects in Taiwan
The deal advances Google’s Pixel phone development and helps HTC rebuild its own-brand smartphone business.
[Reprint] “Xiaomi To be Domestic Market’s Number One in 2.5 Years” Announces CEO in Open Letter
Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun has openly declared that his company will return to being number one in the Chinese smartphone market within 10 financial quarters, following on from the companies “turning point year” in 2017. To achieve this, the company i
Eager Dutch Startups Sight Taiwan as a Place for Business
Like its European neighbors, the Netherlands is promoting a tech economy and wants its startups to find partners in hardware-focused Taiwan.
How Blockchain Can Do More Than Just Generate Cryptocurrency
The technology usually associated with the spread of bitcoin can also secure charitable donations and protect music copyrights, speakers tell a conference in Taipei.
[Reprint] Alibaba Cloud launches Malaysia City Brain
The cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, Alibaba Cloud, today announced the launch of its Malaysia City Brain initiative, the first of its kind to be adopted overseas. This will be done in a joint effort with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDE
After Brexit, Why It Still Makes Sense to Invest in London?
London has reached out to Taipei on a campaign to repair its image as a business center following Brexit.
MediaTek to Regain Market Share with New AI-focused Chipsets
Taiwanese chip designer MediaTek co-CEO Rick Tsai has said his company is regaining market share with chips capable of 3D sensing technology, artificial intelligence (AI) features and improved technology.
Nonprofit School 42 Brings Tech Talent to Employers, Startups
The school with no professors or tuition is training talents who might otherwise be overlooked by employers.
[Reprint] Amazon's AWS launches joint innovation center in Taiwan
Amazon’s cloud computing arm AWS is launching their first flagship joint innovation center in Taiwan, where they will provide assistance to tech professionals and supports to high-tech startups in the fields of cloud computing, big data, IoT, and AI.
CES 2018: Uber, Volkswagen, Baidu will use Nvidia’s AI to power self-driving cars
Silicon Valley chipmaker Nvidia Technologies said this week Uber Technologies, Volkswagen and China's Baidu will use its artificial intelligence technology to help put self-driving cars on the road.
[Reprint] Trends Set to Dominate CES
As the CEO of Founders Space, I'm used to working with startups from all over the world. Many of these are now preparing to come to CES to show off their latest achievements and launch their products.