View profile

Riiid edutech startup raises $41.8m; Chinese hackers indicted by UK & US

July 24 · Issue #277 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Friday edition of Asia AI News! Apologies for Wednesday and Thursday. There was little AI news on Wednesday to share and I was just too busy to put together a newsletter for Thursday.
Have a great weekend!

Startup News
Riiid raises $41.8 million to expand its AI test prep apps Riiid raises $41.8 million to expand its AI test prep apps
Chinese video data analysis firm supremind raises $14m in Pre-A Round
10 Indian startups that are leading the AI Race
S. Korea to attract private funds worth 30 tln won for infrastructure projects
Chinese hackers targeted major UK companies as coronavirus raged
DOJ indicts two Chinese hackers for attempted IP theft of COVID-19 research
Chinese hackers indicted on 11 counts, including attack on British AI firm
Hyundai Robotics partners with Hyundai E&C to develop construction robots
Tencent and Chinese scientists use deep learning to predict fatal COVID-19 cases
Mumbai deploys 'smart helmets' to screen for coronavirus
U.S. Senate report accuses China of 'digital authoritarianism'
Smart Cities
Smart cities in a post-pandemic world
Follow Asia AI News on Twitter
Read Tuesday’s Asia AI News
Did you enjoy this issue?
If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue