World’s first AI news anchor unveiled in China

China’s state news agency Xinhua this week introduced the newest members of its newsroom: AI anchors who will report “tirelessly” all day every day, from anywhere in the country.

Made in China 2025: Xi Jinping’s plan to turn China into...

Eleven trillion renminbi: it's a number that's hard to comprehend. Key points: China wants to be world leader in AI by 2030 It's a key...

China’s reported use of a microchip to target tech giants like...

Chinese officials were able to slip malicious microchips onto motherboards used by the US government and American tech giants, including Apple and Amazon.

Former Google CEO predicts the internet will split in two by...

Speaking at a private event hosted by Village Global VC yesterday night, tech luminary and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt predicted that the...

China sets 2019 deadline for green-cars

China says its tough new sales targets for electric and hybrid cars will apply within two years. China has set a deadline of 2019 to...

China’s blueprint to crush the US robotics industry

About four years ago Jeff Burnstein attended his first China International Robotics Show, the annual Shanghai-based expo now in its seventh year. At the...

Ripple Talks With People’s Bank of China Key to Chinese Blockchain...

Recently, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has visited Coinbase and Ripple on a US research delegation having talks about the “significant” cryptocurrency issue. As Bitcoin and Blockchain technology step into...

China’s Baidu taps 50 partners to help advance self-driving cars

A fleet of vehicles equipped with Baidu’s autonomous driving technologies conduct road testing in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province, China. Baidu, the top Chinese internet search firm,...

COMAC holds C919 aircraft flight test technology seminar

Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC) held C919 aircraft flight test technology seminar on September 13th, 2016. Mr. Jin Zhuanglong, Chairman and Secretary...

Ready for take-off? China’s answer to Boeing now just needs to...

When China unveiled an historic order for its first large commercial jetliner at a national air show in 2010, Western journalists were kept away, and only local media were allowed to witness a major turning point in China's aviation ambitions.