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Baidu in talks to raise money for a standalone A.I. chip company

On Feb 10, 2021
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Baidu's semiconductor business would aim to sell to chips to customers in various industries including automakers.

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RT @ArjunKharpal: SCOOP: Baidu is in talks to raise money for a standalone chip company, a source tells me. Big push from Baidu to diversify its business beyond advertising. $BIDU shares up 3.6% pre-market https://t.co/m93XwqRpwI
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Baidu in talks to raise money for a standalone A.I. chip company

Baidu in talks to raise money for a standalone A.I. chip company

Baidu's semiconductor business would aim to sell to chips to customers in various industries including automakers.

Chinese Investors Target AI Chip Startups

Chinese Investors Target AI Chip Startups

Enflame Technology, the Chinese AI startup developing deep learning chips for AI training, continues to attract funding from government and industry

China AI Top 50

China AI Top 50

China AI Top 50 – China Money Network - China Money Network

‘Chinese firms are learning a painful lesson’: India’s app crackdown opens doors for U.S. tech giants

‘Chinese firms are learning a painful lesson’: India’s app crackdown opens doors for U.S. tech giants

India has banned 118 Chinese apps amid rising tensions with China. The crackdown on Chinese technology firms presents an opportunity for Silicon Valley giants in what they see as a crucial ...

Cloud Security Company Cloudflare Makes ‘Maverick’ Big Bet On China

Cloud Security Company Cloudflare Makes ‘Maverick’ Big Bet On China

Cloudflare is partnering with Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com to operate 150 data centers in China.

When China Rules the Web

When China Rules the Web

China is set to remake cyberspace in its own image. That will make the Internet less open and allow Beijing to reap vast economic, diplomatic, and security benefits that once flowed to ...

Why China's AI players are struggling to evolve beyond surveillance

Why China's AI players are struggling to evolve beyond surveillance

Suspicion and reliance on state support make Chinese technology a hard sell overseas

When East beats West

When East beats West

With the notable exceptions of Alibaba and WeChat and their respective payment apps, much of China’s innovation in financial and related technology is perhaps underestimated and under ...

Digital China is coming to Europe

Digital China is coming to Europe

Often unnoticed by business leaders in Europe, Chinese technology companies are on the move. Hardly a week goes by without news that Alibaba has acquired a company in Southeast Asia, ...

China’s Silicon Valley is transforming China, but not yet the world

China’s Silicon Valley is transforming China, but not yet the world

A huge portion of China’s brain power is concentrated in Zhongguancun

China is winning the war for global tech dominance

China is winning the war for global tech dominance

Beijing wants to define the standards of important future technologies and the values upon which they are based.

Building a wall around the cloud: Why China will soon be a very important cloud computing market

Building a wall around the cloud: Why China will soon be a very important cloud computing market

Cloud computing was invented by American tech companies. By the end of the next decade, it might be the domain of Chinese tech companies. Like many other tech revolutions kicked off inside ...

Chinese tech firms lay lower at CES 2019 amid trade tensions

Chinese tech firms lay lower at CES 2019 amid trade tensions

The CES 2019 gadget show, which kicks off Sunday, will showcase the expanding influence and sway of China's rapidly growing technology sector. Last year, a top executive of the Chinese ...

China’s tech giants want to go global. Just one thing might stand in their way.

China’s tech giants want to go global. Just one thing might stand in their way.

Multibillion-dollar companies like Alibaba and Tencent have thrived thanks to a government that provided incentives but otherwise let them grow. Can they count on that in the future?

Tencent to spend around $440m on expanding south-west China data centre

Tencent to spend around $440m on expanding south-west China data centre

The company wants to make sure it does not lose ground to the rapidly expanding Alibaba and may also be concerned at the apparent re-appearance of Google, who may carve a niche out of the ...