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Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Thursday edition of Asia AI News!
Some interesting news and opinion today.
Firstly, SoftBank-backed startup CloudMinds has been blocked from sharing U.S.-origin technology with its China business, However, unlike companies on the U.S. Department of Commerce’s ‘entity list’, CloudMinds is still allowed to do business in the U.S.
Meanwhile, some U.S. critics have concerns about Chinese lawyer Wang Binying’s bid to become head of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). If she is elected to the post, it would give China its fifth U.N. leadership role.
And Samsung’s semiconductor business has opened its own AI R&D centre in South Korea.
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/Carrington


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