Why China’s AI Push Is Worrying

Leaders: State-controlled corporations are developing powerful artificial intelligence. IMAGINE the perfect environment for developing artificial intelligence (AI). The ingredients would include masses of processing power, lots of computer-science boffins, a torrent of capital—and abundant data with which to train machines Continue reading Why China’s AI Push Is Worrying

This Chinese-Israeli Start-Up Wants To Change The Way Kids Learn To Code

Cheang Ming: LeapLearner, a Shanghai-based education start-up, aims to teach children as young as five years old how to code and then some. The start-up’s main service might be a platform that educates children on programming, but its ultimate goal Continue reading This Chinese-Israeli Start-Up Wants To Change The Way Kids Learn To Code

Chinese IT Firms Ramp Up Presence At Biggest Tech Fair In Mideast

Xinhua: Chinese tech firms have ramped up presence at the 37th Gitex Technology Week, the biggest Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) fair in the Middle East, which opened here Sunday. This year’s five-day fair, which has gathered 4,100 exhibitors from Continue reading Chinese IT Firms Ramp Up Presence At Biggest Tech Fair In Mideast

UAE To Launch Tech Transfer Center To Tie Up With Chinese Companies

Xinhua/Mu Xuequan: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will launch the China-Arab Center for Technology Transfer under a deal signed Saturday, the state-run news agency WAM reported. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Continue reading UAE To Launch Tech Transfer Center To Tie Up With Chinese Companies