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Good morning, Here's your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News! Light on hard news again, but here's a r
 
March 11 · Issue #204 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Wednesday edition of Asia AI News!
Light on hard news again, but here’s a roundup of what AI stories are being reported this week.
Have a good day!
/Carrington

Startup News
Majority of promising AI startups are still based in the U.S. Majority of promising AI startups are still based in the U.S.
AI recruitment start-up recognised at Microsoft’s AI Awards 2.0
OneDash launches innovative personal shopping messenger app
R&D
AI research opens new opportunities
Justice
Admin courts mark birthday with pledge to get 'smarter'
Coronavirus
How these Indian startups have joined the effort to fight coronavirus outbreak
Facial recognition firm can ID masked faces in a crowd
Defence
Line between warrior and machine blurs as China and U.S. military use artificial intelligence
US-China Trade War
British PM Johnson defeats lawmaker revolt on Huawei's 5G role British PM Johnson defeats lawmaker revolt on Huawei's 5G role
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