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Israeli AI chip maker opens in Japan; TikTok to follow China export rules

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Good morning, Here’s your Tuesday Asia AI News! Still lots of comment and speculation around about Ch
 
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Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Tuesday Asia AI News!
Still lots of comment and speculation around about China’s new export controls on technology, announced Friday. Some of these stories at the end.
Other than that, compared with last week’s ChiNext IPO excitement, it seems like a quiet week. Not much news AI-related news on R&D, startups or funding so far. However, interesting to see Israeli AI chip maker set up in Japan - see headline story below.
Stay safe and have a good day!
/Carrington

AI Chips
Israeli chip maker Hailo to set up Tokyo unit as demand for AI tech grows Israeli chip maker Hailo to set up Tokyo unit as demand for AI tech grows
Coronavirus
Japan looks to AI as coronavirus challenges go-and-see quality control mantra
Environment
S. Korea to adopt AI-based flood forecast system to prevent damage
Geopolitics
TikTok parent ByteDance says it will ‘strictly follow’ China export controls TikTok parent ByteDance says it will ‘strictly follow’ China export controls
China bans drones from export list in response to US tech ban
Huawei has increased investment in Russia because of US sanctions, founder Ren Zhengfei says
China boasts of own Neuralink-type tech; pompously runs down Elon Musk's 'invasive' device
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