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November 23 · Issue #337 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s the first edition of Asia AI News to start the week!
China’s president Xi Jinping Saturday urged G20 Leaders’ Summit attendees to work with the UN to address concerns on data security, the digital divide, personal privacy and ethics.
In his speech, President Xi talked mentioned China’s Global Initiative on Data Security, the need to advance the G20’s AI Principles (and proposed a new G20 meeting on this, and the need for central bank digital currency (CBDC) standards.
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Stay safe and have a great week!
/Carrington

Startup News
China's Tsingtech Microvision raises $15 million China's Tsingtech Microvision raises $15 million
Grene Robotics to raise $15 million in Series A funding by April
R&D
AI & robotics park at IISc to boost R&D
Autonomous Vehicle
Korean self-driving car startup raises nearly $2 million
Facial Recognition
Chinese court finds for plaintiff in first facial recognition lawsuit
Retail
Japan's AGC brings AI to makeup routine with smart mirror
Healthcare
These algorithms could end the scourge of tuberculosis
Educaton
IBM to hire and train 300 Singaporeans in emerging tech areas over next 4 years
Geopolitics
Chinese tech companies need to disappear for a while Chinese tech companies need to disappear for a while
Remarks by Chinese President Xi Jinping at 15th G20 Leaders' Summit
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