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Past articles by Yiting:

Song Han

Making the software that lets powerful AI programs run more smoothly → Read More

Guosong Hong

Guosong Hong invented a tool for probing the brain and retina down to the resolution of individual neurons. It’s essentially a mesh-like electrode that’s small and flexible enough to be coiled into a needle and injected into the precise region researchers want to study. Brain electrodes are already being used to treat a number of conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, but these are large, rigid… → Read More

Liang Xu

Using AI to make cities more responsive to their residents → Read More

Vivian Chu

Her robots do some of the grunt work so hospital staffers can spend more time with the patients → Read More

Dawei Di

His LED materials are cheaper and easier on the environment than ones now in use → Read More

Why Alibaba is betting big on AI chips and quantum computing

Meet the man behind Alibaba’s gamble on emerging tech. → Read More

‘China’s Google’ releases its first AI chip

Chinese biggest search company, Baidu, unveiled an artificial intelligence chip called Kunlun during its annual Baidu Create event on Tuesday. → Read More

Alibaba is developing its own AI chips, too

The Chinese e-commerce giant will join a raft of other tech firms in designing its own processors tailored to in-house machine-learnings tasks. → Read More

Chinese entrepreneurs have some creative responses to the government’s crackdown on crypto

Last September’s official restrictions have unleashed a wave of below-the-radar innovation. → Read More

Alibaba is developing its own driverless cars

The Chinese tech giant comes to the self-driving game later than rivals Baidu and Tencent but says it will build an entire ecosystem around autonomous cars. → Read More

China’s new autonomous-vehicle rules let any of its cities test robo-cars

The guidelines are another sign that the country wants to compete with America in developing driverless cars as quickly as possible. → Read More

China is testing high-tech roads for the electric cars of the future

A new section of smart highway will show how streets could supply data and energy to cars as they zip along it. → Read More

China has been hacking American IP again

It’s reportedly been happening since before Trump targeted tariffs at the nation. → Read More

Now China wants to clean up its social media, too

The Chinese government is taking major steps to clamp down on distasteful content on two of the nation’s popular online platforms. → Read More

China’s citizens do care about their data privacy, actually

Baidu’s CEO, Robin Li, is under fire for claiming that people in China don’t much care about what’s done with their personal data. → Read More

Beijing is letting its first driverless cars take to the roads

Tech giant Baidu has been granted the first license for testing autonomous vehicles in China’s capital. → Read More

AI could alleviate China’s doctor shortage

Chinese doctors and tech companies are developing tools to automate routine medical tasks. → Read More

Baidu has entered the race to build quantum computers

The Chinese tech giant lags its peers in quantum computing but hopes to incorporate the technology into its business in the next five years. → Read More

A Chinese carmaker hopes a $9 billion slice of Daimler will help it go electric and autonomous

As technology takes over the roads, companies that came of age in the era of internal combustion are forming new partnerships to stay competitive. → Read More

At China’s new smart gas stations, no cash, cards, or smartphone apps will be required

The future of refueling goes likes this: drive in, tap your car’s infotainment screen, and drive right off. → Read More