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December 18 · Issue #349 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Friday edition of Asia AI News!
I’m not sure that this will be a big surprise, but just letting you know that the next couple of weeks are going to be a bit sporadic and I doubt that I’ll be able to send you this newsletter daily. I’ll be doing the best that I can, but work and Christmas/New Year commitments are already colliding!
Scroll down for lot of news including autonomous vehicles, smart cities, healthcare, semiconductors, food, drones, defence and more.
Stay safe and have a great weekend!
/Carrington

Startup News
Japanese AI company looks to utilise AI to transform corporate culture Japanese AI company looks to utilise AI to transform corporate culture
F&B
Sony AI unveils trio of food projects including AI-powered recipes and robots
Healthcare
Ping An launches artificial intelligence assisted clinical decision support system for gastroesophageal cancers
Autonomous Vehicles
Plus to sell autonomous trucks on Chinese freight-matching platform
Hyundai JV, Lyft to launch driverless U.S. robotaxi services in 2023
LG Uplus shows off 5G autonomous parking tech
Transport
Trucks in China are watching if drivers doze, speed or slack off
Quantum
IBM outlines commitment to developing the Quantum ecosystem in India
Smart Cities
Can JD.com’s AI make Chinese cities ‘smarter’ and reduce pollution?
JD partners with NVIDIA to build world’s first smart city with smart deliveries
Panasonic to test public acceptance of delivery robots in Japanese 'smart town'
Japan set to sell ‘smart city’ services to SE Asian cities
Semiconductors
Horizon robotics takes aim at the AI stack
Drones
Drone business attracts attention as growth industry
Geopolitics
US-China tech war: rivals no longer worlds apart as they shoot for the moon US-China tech war: rivals no longer worlds apart as they shoot for the moon
Huawei’s role in the China-Russia technological partnership
China’s Digital Silk Road Initiative: a boon for developing countries or a danger to freedom?
Chinese firm sanctioned by U.S. builds a global surveillance, security network
Defence
RSAF combines sensors, shooters and AI in 'state-of-the-art' system to better defend Singapore's airspace RSAF combines sensors, shooters and AI in 'state-of-the-art' system to better defend Singapore's airspace
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