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82 Taiwan startups attend CES; In Davos, the spectre of a tech cold war

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Good morning, Here's your Friday edition of Asia AI News! Quite a few comments, announcements and int
 
January 24 · Issue #170 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Friday edition of Asia AI News!
Quite a few comments, announcements and interviews coming out of this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos.
Microsoft’s CEO was quoted as saying that China cares as deeply about AI ethics as the US, as he calls for global rules. Also at Davos, a professor from Tsinghua University’s School of Public Policy and Management defends China’s social credit score system. This and more below!
Have a great Friday! Happy Chinese New Year! And Gōng xǐ fā cái!
/Carrington

Startup News
Taiwan takes 82 startups to CES Taiwan takes 82 startups to CES
China’s AI startups close more funding deals but raise less money, report reveals
AI Race
China cares as deeply about AI ethics as the US, Microsoft CEO says, as he calls for global rules
Reports of 'big brother' China social credit system untrue: AI expert Xue Lan
R&D
Science ministry to focus on AI, support for basic research in 2020
Education
Reskilling at scale: how to prepare for the age of artificial intelligence?
ITE students use AI to tackle real-life problems
Digital Economy
Commentary: The revival of the digital economy – building citizen confidence as Smart Nation momentum picks up
US-China Trade War
In Davos, the spectre of a tech cold war In Davos, the spectre of a tech cold war
Trump's 'phase one' deal with China won't undo trade war damage
U.S. seeks to reset clock on China engagement
Crackdown on scientists from China is Trump-led ‘intimidation’, says leading Chinese academic
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