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China robotics spend to reach $121b; Time to puy AI on a diet?

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Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Tuesday edition of Asia AI News.
China’s robotics spending to reach $121 billion by 2024; China uses Rokid’s AI smart glasses to detect people with coronavirus; and is it time to put artificial intelligence on a data diet? Silicon Valley pioneer William Davidow and technology journalist Michael S. Malone believe that it is. These stories and more below!
Stay safe!
/Carrington

Markets
China eases A-share listing requirements China eases A-share listing requirements
Healthcare
South Korean telecom firms expand AI-based senior care services
Robotics
China’s robotics spending to reach $121 billion in 2024
Korean gov’t to expand intelligent robot use to boost industrial innovation
The crusaders: robots from Asimov, Milagrow, PerSapien add another dimension to Covid-19 fight
Banking
SenseTime, central bank partner to promote AI technology in finance
Coronavirus
China is using AI smart glasses to detect people with coronavirus
Geopolitics
Netherlands lands in crossfire in US-China trade war Netherlands lands in crossfire in US-China trade war
Opinion
Don't regulate AI: starve it Don't regulate AI: starve it
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