Companies providing coding classes have raced to expand, hoping after two years of intense development, many have already gone bankrupt.
Health code platforms allowed cities to end lockdowns, but growing surveillance from digitization and centralization of data has both citizens and experts worried.
China’s emerging Social Credit System prompts disquiet—even if no one is watching.
It’s not all surveillance—apps built on the social credit system can find you a nanny, check on a business partner, or settle a parking ticket.
As the Chinese O2O market settles and room for scalability shrinks, an AI race is set to fire up again the competition in the sector.