These startups at TechCrunch Shenzhen have developed cheaper, safer and more effective ways to upkeep machines.
Rather than replace humans, food-delivery robots offer a much-needed helping hand, says super app Meituan.
By 2020, half of all new cars on China’s roads are expected to be autonomous or semi-autonomous.
But due to delays in the release of a master plan and other factors, its potential impact remains unclear.
Antwork was always planning to start by flying medical samples around by robot, but it didn’t expect drone delivery to take off so soon.
Baidu’s Baidu Create: Artificial Intelligence Developer Conference was held at the National Convention Center in Beijing from July 4-5. During the first day’s event, Baidu made four major announcements. The tech giant said its self-driving minibus will enter mass production phase. New AI chip Kunlun aiming at cloud and edge computing in AI use cases […]
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As “new retail” changes from jargon to oft-used phrase, Tencent has thrown their hat into the ring. However, they don’t plan on opening their own stores (the WeChat pop-up seems to have been exactly that). Rather they want to be the foundation to help the retail industry achieve two goals: the digital upgrade of stores and […]