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Japan's retail robots; Oracle TikTok deal awaits China, U.S. approval

September 18 · Issue #304 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Friday Asia AI News!
India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is in the process of writing a cabinet note on the implementation of NITI Aayog’s national AI strategy, according to the minister of state Rao Inderjit Singh.
The story so far is…
  • Think tank NITI Aayog was given the mandate to develop AI strategy in 2018 and published a discussion paper on its strategy in June 2018.
  • In September 2019, the government approved a Rs 7,000 crore (or $1 billion) budget to develop and implement India’s AI strategy until the 2024-2025 fiscal year.
  • In October 2019, established a NITI Aayog/MeitY committee to agree responsibilities for implementing the AI strategy.
  • March 2020, India’s planning minister says details for the national AI strategy implementation are being finalised.
Quite a lot of news and analysis on TikTok, the U.S. blacklist and China-U.S. trade war in general at the end of the newsletter.
Have a great weekend!

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