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India to create 100+ unicorns by 2025; NSCAI delivers AI report to Congress

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Good morning, Here's your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News! A couple of big stories today: I've link
 
November 6 · Issue #118 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News!
A couple of big stories today:
I’ve linked to several stories at the end of the newsletter regarding the interim report delivered to U.S. Congress from the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. You can download the PDF of the hundred-page report here.
Second, India added over 1,100 new startups in 2019, reaffirming its position as the third largest startup ecosystem in the work. According to software association NASSCOM, the country expects to have more than 100 unicorn startups by 2025, up from 24 today.
Also see below for other stories on music, retail, natural language processing and healthcare.
Have a good day!
/Carrington

Startup News
India adds over 1,100 start-ups in 2019, continues to be 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world India adds over 1,100 start-ups in 2019, continues to be 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world
India can create more than 100 unicorns by 2025: Nasscom
Tencent-linked health AI developer raises $25 million
Tokyo-based AI startup Amadeus Code launches Evoke Music, a royalty-free music library offering unlimited music at no cost
Retail
Shoppers in Singapore are world’s first to have access to new Microsoft tool that uses AI to recommend the best products
NLP
Tokio Marine Asia and Ephesoft announce partnership to advance Thai language recognition
Healthcare
Big data and predictive analytics: Disrupting Indian healthcare space
How Asian startups can accelerate AI-led healthcare
US-China Trade War
The view from China on our trade and tech wars The view from China on our trade and tech wars
Will China mega fund for chip manufacturing overcome US blacklisting?
The U.S. should consider pooling data with other countries to beat China in artificial intelligence, group says
US urged to invest more in AI; ex-Google CEO warns of China's progress
China's lead on some aspects of AI doesn't mean it's ahead 'overall'; NSCAI says
China’s Huawei has huge ambitions to weaken the US grip on AI management
After U.S. blacklisting, iFlytek chief says firm will stick to law
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