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  • Baidu rolls out self-driving taxi service in Beijing

    Chinese Internet giant Baidu recently rolled out its self-driving taxi service "Apollo Go" in Beijing, with 40 autonomous cabs put into trial operation initially.


  • Baidu joins hands with SPD Bank to deepen cooperation in AI and financial technology

    Chinese internet giant Baidu signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Shanghai Pudong Development (SPD) Bank at the 2020 World Artificial Intelligence Conference that opened Thursday in Shanghai, the Xinhua-run China Securities Journal reported on Thursday.


  • Baidu aims to cultivate 5 million AI workers in five years: CEO

    Chinese internet giant Baidu aims to cultivate 5 million artificial intelligence (AI) workers in five years, as it positions itself as an AI platform company that empowers the industry, according to Robin Li, chairman and CEO.


  • Baidu builds China's biggest autonomous driving test base

    China's leading search engine and AI technology firm Baidu announced on Tuesday that its Apollo park in Beijing’s Yizhuang economic development zone has completed construction, the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News reported on Wednesday.


  • Chinese tech giant Baidu launches virtual mobile phone service

    Chinese tech giant Baidu on Wednesday launched its virtual mobile phone service Cloud Phone, which allows users to remotely control virtual devices in real time and run Android apps on the cloud.


  • Chinese search giant Baidu launches new mini program amid epidemic

    Cooperating with Beijing municipal government, Chinese search giant Baidu has recently launched a new mini program called "Helping Beijing" to fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic through collecting Beijing residents' related information.


  • Baidu granted road test licenses for self-driving cars with passengers

    Licenses to allow road rests for self-driving cars that carry passengers were granted to Chinese artificial intelligence giant Baidu Friday by the government of Cangzhou city in northern China's Hebei Province.


  • Baidu, Neusoft Holdings form strategic partnership over AI industrialization

    Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) giant Baidu has announced 1.443 billion yuan (about 203 million U.S. dollars) of strategic investment in domestic technology investment firm Neusoft Holdings.


  • Thai youth entrepreneur group visits Baidu innovation center to discuss AI cooperation

    A group of Thai youth entrepreneurs visited on Wednesday an innovation center under Chinese tech giant Baidu to learn about Baidu's technological achievements and applications in the field of artificial intelligent (AI) and discuss for cooperation in the future.


  • Baidu reports strong traffic growth

    Chinese tech giant Baidu posted strong traffic growth on its platforms in the second quarter (Q2) of the year as the company steps up investment in building a mobile ecosystem.


  • Baidu invests in e-commerce service provider Youzan to bolster mini-program development

    China’s tech giant Baidu has invested in Hong Kong-listed company China Youzan limited, the country’s leading e-commerce service provider, as part of efforts to further promote the development of its mini-program ecosystem, the Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News reported on Thursday. 


  • Driverless taxis make test runs in central China

    A small fleet of taxis equipped with autonomous driving technologies and devices are now taking test runs in central China's Changsha as part of the Hunan capital's smart city push.


  • Baidu promotes Switzerland in first nation-branding attempt via smart mini-program

    Chinese tech giant Baidu Thursday launched a smart mini-program dedicated to promoting Switzerland in its first attempt to brand overseas nations via its popular mobile app.


  • Baidu, China Telecom to partner further over AI, 5G

    Chinese AI giant Baidu on Thursday announced plans to deepen partnership with China Telecom to cooperate in fields such as 5G, smart homes, intelligent clouding services and intelligent driving.


  • China's Baidu extends loss after stock downgrade by U.S. leading brokerage

    Chinese Internet search engine giant Baidu saw its U.S. shares pulled back on Wednesday, after U.S. brokerage and investment bank Oppenheimer downgraded its rating on the company to "perform" from "outperform," according to public corporate information.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


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