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Chinese AI startups lose access to Nvidia; Korea sets roadmap for AVs

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Good afternoon, I'm not planning to make a habit of it, but welcome to the much later than usual Asia
 
October 16 · Issue #101 · View online
Asia AI News
Good afternoon,
I’m not planning to make a habit of it, but welcome to the much later than usual Asia AI News! No time for the usual summary, I’m afraid.
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Startup News
AI firm CleverTap raises $35 million in Series C funding round AI firm CleverTap raises $35 million in Series C funding round
Sequoia China leads $14 million Series A Round in Chinese AI start-up InfiMind
SoftBank-backed Taiwanese AI startup buys Japanese peer
Autonomous Vehicles
Hyundai unveils massive self-driving investment as South Korea looks to lead In autonomous tech
Korea aims for fully autonomous vehicles by 2027
Digital Readiness
89% workers in India would trust robot more than manager: Study
Singapore employers struggling to cope with digital disruption
R&D
PwC to set up first AI hub in city
AI Singapore to set up on-premise HPC infrastructure
Markets
Plans for ‘offshore renminbi Nasdaq’ in Macau submitted to Beijing
US-China Trade War
U.S.-China trade will never be the same U.S.-China trade will never be the same
Trump Is Beijing’s Best Asset
‘Precarious’ global outlook sees IMF again cut China’s 2019 growth rate
Consequences of Chinese AI companies losing access to Nvidia
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