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GTRIIP closes Series B round; Researchers teach AI to read brain signals

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Good morning, Here's your Tuesday edition of Asia AI News. Still light on startup news today, althou
 
February 4 · Issue #178 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Tuesday edition of Asia AI News.
Still light on startup news today, although Singapore-based digital identity software provider GTRIIP has announced that it has closed its Series B funding round at an undisclosed amount.
Some interesting news, including, of course, more comment on India’s Union Budget 2020, updates on the economic impact of the coronavirus and a couple of trade war-related stories.
In R&D news, researchers from Indian Institute of Technology Madras are using AI to translate brain signals into English with an aim of helping speech-impaired people to communicate.
Scroll down for these stories and more!
/Carrington


Startup News
Global Brain backs SG-based AI solutions provider GTRIIP's Series B funding
China Tech
China’s AI champion iFlyTek says 2019 revenue will exceed $1.4 billion as it downplays impact of tech war
Regulation & Compliance
HKEX explores AI Use to review issuer disclosures
POSCO uses AI to detect unfair clauses
R&D
ETRI develops drone and AI technology to predict algal blooms
IIT Madras researchers use AI to translate brain signals of speech-impaired persons into English
Robotics
This Noida-based company makes robots for day-to-day use in offices and retail stores
India Union Budget 2020
Focus on AI, ML, IoT and Quantum Computing will provide a boost to digital economy
Govt’s nudge may help India become a global data centre
Coronavirus
With virus outbreak, China showcases micro drone surveillance With virus outbreak, China showcases micro drone surveillance
How Chinese tech giants are assisting in the battle against coronavirus with AI
What coronavirus means for China tech
Huawei, Chinese chip makers keep factories humming despite virus outbreak
US-China Trade War
U.S. prosecutor leading China probe explains effort that led to charges against Harvard chemist U.S. prosecutor leading China probe explains effort that led to charges against Harvard chemist
Merkel plan for Huawei 5G gear gets pushback in Germany from within her own ranks
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