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Malaysian Dropee joins Y Combinator; US may curb Huawei access to banks

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Good morning, Here's Friday's Asia AI News, the last of this week. Some more interesting tech stories
 
March 13 · Issue #206 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s Friday’s Asia AI News, the last of this week.
Some more interesting tech stories about the coronavirus response, plus one or two other stories from China, India and Malaysia.
Stay safe and wishing you a great weekend!
/Carrington

Startup News
Dropee is second Malaysian startup to be accepted into Y Combinator Dropee is second Malaysian startup to be accepted into Y Combinator
AI Policy
What does regulating AI really mean for companies and consumers
Banking
3i Infotech introduces AI based anti-money laundering (AML) tool called AMLOCK Analytics
Coronavirus
How this South Korean company created coronavirus test kits in three weeks
South Korea turns to tech to take on Covid-19
Coronavirus pandemic may boost India ed-tech amid school shutdown
How Baidu is bringing AI to the fight against coronavirus
US-China Trade War
U.S. lawmakers seek to curb Huawei's access to U.S. banks: document U.S. lawmakers seek to curb Huawei's access to U.S. banks: document
How the US president could end Huawei’s global 5G shipments with the stroke of a pen
The Asia-Pacific’s Huawei conundrum
US is preparing to ban foreign-made drones from government use
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