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Indonesia's National AI Strategy; China uses AI to protect Asia elephants

August 17 · Issue #287 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Monday edition of Asia AI News!
Some great stories today, including Japan’s plans for autonomous flying vehicles, new AI R&D centres in India and Indonesia, President Trump grants the Pentagon a waiver to continue using Huawei systems, and China uses smart systems to guard 300 Asian elephants.
Also, I completely missed the Indonesian government’s announcement last week about its National AI Strategy. Read all about it on my blog here.
Have a great week ahead!

AI Policy
Indonesia National AI Strategy set in motion this month Indonesia National AI Strategy set in motion this month
IIT Delhi gets ₹170 crore from DST to develop collaborative robotics hub
AI Research Centre to open in Indonesia
S. Korean underwater construction robot deployed to foreign markets
Robot cafes, virtual doctors, — how South Korea is creating a fully contact-free society
Autonomous Vehicles
Japan aims to send flying cars into Tokyo skies in only three years
AirAsia chooses kerala-based startup for robotic process automation
NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission, NASSCOM launch AI Step-up modules to school students nationwide
China's AI-fueled propaganda army China's AI-fueled propaganda army
Trump orders TikTok's Chinese-owned parent company to divest interest in US operations
Pentagon wins brief waiver from government’s Huawei ban
India is the latest country preparing to ban Huawei from its 5G
China's smart system guards 300 wild Asian elephants China's smart system guards 300 wild Asian elephants
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