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The future of AI policy; Huawei, DJI jump on lidar bandwagon

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May 5 · Issue #378 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s your mid-week edition of Asia AI News! (see what I did there!)
Lots of global political news and commentary in today’s newsletter as China gets more focus in Europe and the U.S. over the past few days, and at the G7 talks in London this week.
Also China creates database of 15,000 high-definition satellite images for ML training, South Korean plans to build high-altitude solar drones, defence news and the Korean artist who uses performing robots to test our empathy.
Stay safe and enjoy the rest of your week!
/Carrington

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Startup News
Route Mobile to buy AI firm Phonon for Rs29 crore Route Mobile to buy AI firm Phonon for Rs29 crore
British tech start-up picked for Philippines safety project
This startup uses AI to detect breast cancer early
Autonomous Vehicles
Chinese tech giants Huawei, DJI jump on to the lidar bandwagon
SPAC rumor mill churns over autonomous truck software developer Plus
R&D
Healthcare-related artificial intelligence patent applications surge in China
China makes ‘world’s largest satellite image database’ to train AI better
Education
Delhi-based EdTech Start-up launches AI courseware for budding geniuses
Drones
S. Korea seeks development of high-altitude solar drone and flying autonomous underwater vehicle
Geopolitics
Kissinger warns China and US to guard against all-out artificial intelligence conflict Kissinger warns China and US to guard against all-out artificial intelligence conflict
A global clash of visions: The future of AI policy
First 100 days: Biden keeps Trump-era sanctions in tech battle with China, looks to friends for help
Can China create a New World Order?
UK puts foreign investment under microscope to prevent tech leaks
China’s paper tiger surveillance state
Defence
DIA says China’s weapon technology advancing fast while Russia falls behind
Japanese companies ditch Chinese drones over security concerns
Art
Could we love machines? Korean artist Geumhyung Jeong’s performative robots test our empathy Could we love machines? Korean artist Geumhyung Jeong’s performative robots test our empathy
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