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Kakao Mobility lands $200m; The new AI 'arms race'

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February 24 · Issue #363 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Tuesday edition - oh, sorry - Wednesday edition of Asia AI News!
Just couldn’t make Tuesday’s newsletter happen, but back on track now.
Lots of interesting stories today, including new Dell and Huawei innovation labs in Singapore; a World Economic Forum report on the AI arms race; and monkey facial recognition!
Have a good second half of your week!
/Carrington

Startup News
Kakao Mobility lands $200 million investment, looks to growth Kakao Mobility lands $200 million investment, looks to growth
Dailyhunt parent VerSe acquires AI firm Cognirel
R&D
Huawei launches Singapore lab for mobile developers
China to build up five innovation areas led by AI innovation: MIIT
Predicting tsunamis with the world’s fastest supercomputer
Dell to invest $50m in Singapore innovation hub
Investment
Indian govt’s IT spending will grow 9.4% in 2021
Robotics
China’s robotics revolution falls behind target as technology gap with rivals Japan, Germany persists
Facial Recognition
Chinese researchers develop monkey facial recognition using AI technology
Semiconductor
China chases semiconductor self-sufficiency
Education
From building robots in dorms to building a business on teaching about robots
New set of core modules for NUS engineering, design students
AI Race
Here's what you need to know about the new AI 'arms race'
Geopolitics
China is happy about the Abraham Accords and the GCC crisis coming to an end China is happy about the Abraham Accords and the GCC crisis coming to an end
India to clear 45 investments from China, likely to include Great Wall, SAIC
Huawei launches new foldable phone as U.S. sanctions continue to hurt smartphone business
Drones
IIT Roorkee inaugurates centre for drone research
Agri ministry gets DGCA nod to use drones for yield estimation in 100 districts
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