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Huawei sees AI more accessible, affordable and easy to use within two or three years

By 2025, more than 86 percent of businesses and organizations will use AI while data utilization will reach 80 percent, according to the Huawei Connect Conference website.
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Smartmi aims to establish smart home eco-system with AI-featured air-conditioner

"Our products are designed to meet the demands of 80 percent of consumers, with good design, smart connection and reasonable prices," Su said. 
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WAIC forum talks up revolutionary tool as mankind braces for new era

AI is now a revolutionary tool that can upgrade global economic structure and compel mankind to better prepare for a new era, according to industrial officials attending the WAIC.
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Ping pong playing robot just one highlight of AI conference

Do you think you're good at ping pong? Well the upcoming World Artificial Intelligence Conference has a robot who would like to prove you wrong. 
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos unveils US$2b philanthropic fund

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced Thursday he was creating a philanthropic fund to help homeless families and launch preschools in low-income communities.
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Apple's latest iPhone XS and XS Max features dual SIM cards for 1st time

China is the world's biggest market for dual SIM smartphones with over 90 million units in the second quarter, researcher Canalys says.
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Alibaba's Cainiao invests in digital delivery tech

Alibaba's logistics affiliate Cainiao has invested in Shenzhen Yiliu Technology as it seeks digital means to connect delivery networks and transportation vehicles.
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Apple iPhones get bigger and pricier, Watch turns to health

Apple Inc introduced its largest-ever iPhone and a watch that detects heart problems on Wednesday in an attempt to get customers to upgrade to more expensive devices.
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Chinese language AI voice standard drafted

The new voice recognition standard will help advance the use of AI in smart home and other areas, Ping An Good Doctor and Unisound, which drafted the standard, say.
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Online literature firms eye 'Her Economy' to target female readers

China's 400 million online literature users in June nearly accounted for half of the country's total Internet population for the first time, said Shanghai-based China Literature.
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