On April 16, Chinese tech giant Baidu hosted an automotive intelligence conference ahead of Auto Shanghai 2023. At the event, Baidu unveiled a range of new products focused on intelligent driving, cabin technology, and maps.
On March 17th, Baidu's Apollo Go was allowed to carry out a demonstration of its unmanned automated driving service in Beijing. This is the first time in the world that unmanned motor vehicles have been implemented in a capital city. So far, Apollo Go has started unmanned automated driving travel services in Beijing, Wuhan and Chongqing.
Baidu announced on Monday that Beijing authorities had issued a new batch of driverless licenses to the company after authorizing the company to provide driverless ride-hailing services to the public on open roads in the city starting in April.
Apollo Go, Baidu's autonomous ride-hailing service platform, officially began offering its services in Wuhan's Economic & Technological Development Zone (WHDZ) on Tuesday.
The autonomous driving start-up Pegasus said on Wednesday that Wang Jingao, former vice president of Baidu, had officially joined Pegasus as co-founder and CTO.
Baidu’s Apollo Go autonomous ride-hailing service will officially land in a popular hotspot in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province on Saturday.
The United States' NHTSA said on Tuesday that robotaxi startup Pony.ai has agreed to recall some versions of its autonomous driving software due to an accident last year.
On Tuesday, Baidu's second Apollo Day event was held in Apollo Park in Beijing. The event featured a live broadcast of the company's technical strength in its unmanned fleet of vehicles.
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Giant ng Internet sa ChinaBaiduAng hindi pinigilan na mga resulta sa pananalapi para sa quarter at piskal na taon na natapos noong Disyembre 31, 2021 ay inihayag noong Martes.
Chinese internet giant Baidu on Tuesday announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2021.
The city of Yangquan in China's Shanxi Province has issued a pilot license for carrying out autonomous driving services to Apollo Go, the robotaxi ride-hailing platform of domestic tech giant Baidu.
Shenzhen-based electric vehicle firm BYD has chosen Baidu as its official smart driving business supplier. Baidu will provide BYD with its Apollo Navigation Pilot and a human-machine co-driving map product.
Baidu's ride-hailing service platform Apollo Go has launched trial operations in Shenzhen’s Nanshan District, providing autonomous robotaxi services to Shenzhen commuters.
On December 8th, Baidu Apollo Park in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province officially opened, making it the fourth urban intelligent vehicle base built by the company in China after others that were built in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai.
On Thursday, Robin Li, Cofounder and CEO of Baidu, launched his new book entitled “Intelligent Transportation: Significant Transformation Over 10-40 Years Influencing the Future of Humanity.”
Baidu, a leading AI company with strong Internet foundations, announced on Wednesday its unaudited financial results for the third quarter of this year.
On October 28, Chinese technology firm Baidu showcased its 5th generation robotaxi fleet, Apollo Moon, at an open house event in Beijing’s Shougang Industrial Park.
Robin Li spoke about the engineering mindset that drives Baidu’s business and the company’s commitment to cultivating five million AI talent in the next five years, contributing to China’s growth as a technology powerhouse.
Baidu Apollo, an open-source autonomous vehicle technology platform, and WM Motor, a new energy vehicle manufacturer, officially released two new cars on Tuesday, both of which are based on the WM Motor W6 SUV.