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China Everbright raises $305m; China's Didi eyes valuation of $100b+

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April 2 · Issue #371 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Friday edition of Asia AI News!
As you may have noticed, I’ve been struggling to get issues out the past few weeks due to work pressures. However, hoping that I’m now back on track!
Scroll down for news from around the region, from Didi Chuxing’s upcoming IPO, to the Philippines plans to become a global AI powerhouse.
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

Startup News
China Everbright, AIoT firm Terminus raise additional $305m for smart city fund China Everbright, AIoT firm Terminus raise additional $305m for smart city fund
Indian AI-driven speech recognition firm banks $140m in series D round
China's Didi leans towards New York for IPO, eyes valuation of at least $100 billion
Didi said to be raising money for autonomous driving unit at $6 billion value
Robotics
Milagrow enters the Middle East, opens new office in Dafza
AI Voice
Korean Voice AI startups innovating technology to cater to wider audiences
Autonomous Vehicles
Vietnam launches first autonomous vehicle
China plans new rules for autonomous vehicles -ministry
Healthcare
Japan studies Parkinson's disease with face-recognition software
AI tech predicts recurrence of kidney cancer for a decade
Security
AI tech is increasingly being used by police worldwide. Here’s why India needs to regulate it
Huawei
Huawei warns of supply chain disruption after growth evaporates
JD.com
China's JD spins off cloud and AI businesses to fintech unit
Smart Cities
Singapore, Seoul and London top smart city governance ranking
Cities across China continue getting smarter
AI Policy
DTI wants to position Philippines as AI powerhouse
Geopolitics
U.S. trade war pushing China to steal tech, talent, Taiwan says U.S. trade war pushing China to steal tech, talent, Taiwan says
Huawei offsets US sanctions with dominance in China
The Middle East offers US, China some common ground to cooperate on anti-terrorism and security
Canada had to arrest Meng Wanzhou and it was not arbitrary, but detention is now unlawful, her lawyer says
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