Search giant Baidu is near a deal to acquire US-listed Chinese video-streaming platform Joyy’s China operations in order to boost its livestream business.
Baidu claims that toolkit is the first deep learning framework in China to support quantum machine learning.
Baidu on Wednesday rolled out a new autonomous ride-hailing platform called “Luobo Kuaipao.” The Chinese search engine giant plans to promote the platform in 30 Chinese cities over the next three years. “Luobo Kuaipao,” which shares a similar pronunciation of “robotaxi” in Chinese, is part of Baidu’s plan to commercialize robotaxis. [Caixin, in Chinese]
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JD.com and Baidu have jointly invested $400 million in elevator advertising firm Xinchao Media Group as returning investors.
The engineer sentenced to three years and fined for using 200 Baidu servers to mine Monero, earning the equivalent of RMB 100,000 from April to July 2018.
Bytedance is expanding beyond its core businesses in news aggregation and short video into e-commerce, gaming, and search.
Baidu had a rough 2019 and expects flagging revenue in the first quarter of this year after the fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak.
China’s biggest internet search company Baidu has won a bid to build public road infrastructure for self-driving cars in southwestern Chongqing municipality, a deal worth $7.5 million. Why it matters: Baidu is expanding from developing autonomous vehicle technology to offering cloud-based transport infrastructure for car connectivity amid rising 5G adoption in China. China in 2011 […]
Accelerating passenger numbers for the Baidu self-driving pilot underscore China’s growing efforts to win the global autonomous vehicle race.