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The Amazon of B2B medical supplies; Huawei gets reprieve from US

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January 27 · Issue #171 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your Monday morning edition of Asia AI News!
The coronavirus has taken a lot of global attention over the past week and one Toronto startup says that it was the first to warn about the outbreak - scroll to the end of the newsletter to read the story.
Meanwhile drones and robots are being useful in Japan, some see Hong Kong as a crucial startup funding centre despite the unrest and both US defence and treasury departments have pushed back on restrictions proposed for Huawei by the US Department of Commerce.
Have a great week ahead!
/Carrington

Startup News
International start-ups still see Hong Kong as a fundraising centre despite social unrest, says boss of crowdfunding platform International start-ups still see Hong Kong as a fundraising centre despite social unrest, says boss of crowdfunding platform
This startup calls itself the Amazon of B2B medical supplies
Karnataka ties up with Bahrain to boost AI, Fintech startup ecosystem
Smart Cities
AI to assist railway companies combat problems with snow accumulation
Drones, robots to inspect aging bridges, roads in Japan
Jobs
Podcast: will AI take over jobs in India?
Data labelling: teaching reality to computers is a miracle solution for India’s job crisis
US-China Trade War
In the Year of the Rat, the US-China trade deal will not usher in a season of goodwill In the Year of the Rat, the US-China trade deal will not usher in a season of goodwill
A truce in the U.S.-China trade war
Did the US just concede defeat in China tech war?
The Pentagon pushes back on Huawei ban in bid for ‘balance’
Huawei gets reprieve as Trump aides disagree on restrictions
‘Orwell would be proud’: US defence chief says China is a ‘21st century surveillance state’ that represses Muslim minorities
Coronavirus
This AI-tech platform sent first warnings of coronavirus days before WHO and CDC report
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