On April 25, Tencent's Robotics X lab announced the latest progress in robot research and launched a dexterous hand, TRX-Hand, and a mechanical arm, TRX-Arm.
On Chinese workplace social platform Maimai, several employees claiming to be from Chinese AI chip startup Cambricon revealed that the company is conducting layoffs without an N+1 salary compensation.
It was reported that ByteDance, TikTok's parent company, offered an annual salary of $1.4 million to poach talent of the ChatGPT R&D team from OpenAI.
Huawei announced on April 20 that it has launched a self-developed ERP system named MetaERP.
Chinese millimeter-wave radar startup Sinpro announced that it has completed an A round of financing worth hundreds of millions of yuan. This round of financing was led by NIO Capital and Xiaomi's industrial investment affiliate.
Chinese artificial intelligence company SenseTime unveiled the "SenseNova" foundation model set, introducing a variety of foundation models and capabilities in natural language processing, content generation, automated data annotation, and custom model training.
During a media communication meeting held on April 10, William Li, CEO of Chinese automaker NIO Inc., talked about the NIO Phone.
Chinese drone maker DJI announced that it will hold a new product launch event themed "Inspiration Arrives" on April 13 to introduce its latest Inspire series drone product, which may be the long-awaited DJI Inspire 3.
Besides withdrawing from the British and German markets, OPPO is also undergoing "dynamic optimization" in China.
On March 28, Daniel Zhang, the Chairman and CEO of Alibaba, sent a letter to all employees informing them about significant organizational changes that will be taking place.
Huawei has built and is now operating a supercharging station for electric cars at its base in Shenzhen.
Pony.ai, a Chinese automated driving start-up, announced on March 22 that it has reached a strategic cooperation with leading unmanned vehicle developer Neolix in the field of unmanned distribution in China.
Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok owned by ByteDance, quietly launched an application called "Qingtao." It is a video platform for young people with a focus on interest and knowledge sharing.
At a regular press conference on March 16, China's Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin responded to a question about TikTok.
As the Omicron coronavirus variant spreads across China, the risk of silent hypoxia to the elderly population has received significant attention. As an effective means to monitor blood oxygen level and prevent critical illness, oximeters are now selling rapidly.
NeuroXess, a brain-computer interface (BCI) company based in Shanghai, announced on December 28 that it has completed round-A financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Jun Ye, the president of DingTalk, a smart work software operated by Alibaba, announced on December 28 that the platform's number of users had exceeded 600 million, while the number of enterprises exceeded 23 million.
Moore Threads, a Beijing-based GPU company, announced on December 27 that it had received a B Round of financing worth 1.5 billion yuan ($215.5 million).
A recent announcement by leading Chinese social media platform Weibo revealed that it plans to acquire 100% equity of Sina Technology (China) Co., Ltd., leading to speculation that it will also acquire Sina, its parent company.
Beijing-based tech giant Xiaomi has reportedly initiated a new round of layoffs. Furthermore, two enterprises that have received major Xiaomi backing – Black Shark and ZMI – have also been exposed to extensive layoffs.