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Robotics firm Miko raised $3.1m; Apollo robotaxis continue Beijing roll-out

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Good morning, Here's your Tuesday edition of Asia AI News! Lots of news and comment to share today. I
 
October 13 · Issue #316 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Tuesday edition of Asia AI News!
Lots of news and comment to share today. Indian robotics startup Miko raised $3.1 million; Baidu continues its Apollo robotaxi roll-out in Beijing; e Korea Railroad Research Institute tests autonomous trains; Intel champions human-centric AI in India; and Huawei’s value declines 8% to $160 billion as a result of US sanctions. Scroll down for these stories and more!
Have a great day!
/Carrington

Startups
Stride Ventures bets on robotics startup Miko Stride Ventures bets on robotics startup Miko
Capital
Chinese state firms to work with private capital to boost competitiveness
Huawei, Xiaomi top list of China’s most valuable consumer electronics companies, says Hurun report
Autonomous Vehicles
Search-engine giant Baidu rolls out self-driving taxi service in Beijing
Chinese self-driving cars ready to roll abroad
Autonomous bus starts trial operation in C. China
KRRI tests 5G autonomous trains
AI Voice
SKT launches AI-powered voice call application
Can the voice of healthcare robots influence how they are perceived by humans?
R&D
Intel India sharpens focus on human-centric AI
AI Chips
S Korea aims to develop 50 AI chips by 2030
Smart Cities
State proposes to include Alwar, Bharatpur in Smart City project
Geopolitics
What are the latest changes to China's export control regime? What are the latest changes to China's export control regime?
China denies Canadians 'arbitrarily' detained over Meng case China Huawei executive citizens Meng Wanzhou
Huawei value declined 8% to $160 billion on US sanctions: report
Huawei's base station teardown shows dependence on US-made parts
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