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  • SW China's Chongqing sees remarkable results in FTZ construction in 2018

    Chongqing, a municipality in southwest China, has achieved great results in the construction of its pilot free trade zone (FTZ) in 2018.


  • Chinese tourists go together with smart technology

    Tourists in Shanghai can now have their faces scanned to hop on and off sightseeing buses, China Daily reported on Monday.


  • China’s short video sector hails year of boom in 2018, report

    China’s short video sector reported significant growth last year in terms of user size and netizen using rate, according to the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News citing an Internet research report Friday.


  • Baidu sees robust 2018 revenue growth as AI deployment accelerates

    Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) firm Baidu reported robust revenue growth for 2018 as the company applied AI technologies in more businesses.


  • Baidu earns RMB27.2 bln revenue in Q4, up 22pct o-y

    Chinese search engine and artificial intelligence (AI) giant Baidu earned 27.2 billion yuan of revenue in the fourth quarter of 2018, up 22 percent year on year, said the company on Friday.


  • Alibaba leads smart speaker sales in Q4 in Chinese market

    Alibaba emerged as the leader in China's smart speaker market with 2.7 million units shipped in the fourth quarter of 2018, accounting for 31 percent of the market.


  • Baidu, Ctrip team up in promoting smart tourism

    Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) giant Baidu has partnered with the country's leading online travel agency Ctrip to make travel services smarter.


  • Tech giants report more digital "red envelopes" usage during Lunar New Year

    Chinese tech giants reported more user participation in the digital "red envelopes" during the Spring Festival holiday as Chinese zealously snatched lucky money for good fortune.


  • Baidu plans new AI cloud computing center in north China

    Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) giant Baidu has decided to set up an AI cloud computing center in the northern Chinese city Baoding in its latest efforts to build more smart cities.


  • Economic Watch: Tech giants lavish lucky money in mobile users race

    A week ahead of Chinese New Year, many Chinese are busy collecting red envelopes, not from their relatives or friends but from deep-pocketed tech firms.


  • Beijing inks data coop. deals with 18 enterprises, institutions to advance big data dev.

    Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology on Wednesday inked first batch of data cooperation agreements with 18 enterprises and institutions to jointly push forward the implementation of big data action plan in the capital city.


  • Baidu tests driverless cars on expressway in Shanxi

    A fleet of 22 vehicles, equipped with a Baidu Apollo autonomous driving system, completed a series of tests Tuesday in northern China's Shanxi Province.


  • Chinese university unveils open platform for AI knowledge computing

    Tsinghua University on Monday unveiled THUKC, an open and free platform for knowledge computing, with aims to push forward China's basic theoretical research on Artificial Intelligence (AI).


  • Over 1300 Chinese firms settle in Xiongan in 2018

    More than 1,300 Chinese companies set up branches in Xiongan New Area in 2018, a 30-fold increase over 2017, according to Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News.


  • AI deployed to prevent blindness in China

    A Chinese hospital on Thursday launched free consultations featuring artificial-intelligence (AI) cameras to detect ocular fundus diseases, which are a major cause of blindness.


  • China’s IT winter chill should help firms rethink business models

    The nascent sector will help traditional industries integrate into the "internet plus" model. The combination of the internet and the manufacturing industry is a good direction.


  • Firms offer mutual benefits at CES

    Chinese companies attending the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), will not only launch new products, technologies and applications during the four-day extravaganza, but push for more cooperation with international counterparts.


  • Baidu's 2018 business revenue tops 100 bln yuan

    Chinese search engine and artificial intelligence (AI) giant Baidu raked in over 100 billion yuan (14.55 billion U.S. dollars) in 2018, the company's CEO announced Wednesday.


  • AI industry growth on the right track

    The municipal government has announced that Shanghai's artificial intelligence (AI) industry is worth about 70 billion yuan ($10.16 billion) and accounts for one-third of the nation's AI technical professionals as of the end of 2018.


  • Business Brief -- Chinese Enterprises

    Business Brief -- Chinese Enterprises


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