A team of researchers from Baidu Research, an AI company based in Beijing, has developed an AI algorithm that can rapidly design highly stable COVID-19 mRNA vaccine sequences that were previously unattainable.
The rapid development of AI technology in China has led to an increased demand for AI talent, resulting in high salaries being offered by companies such as Tencent, NetEase, miHoYo, and others.
On October 28, Shenzhen-based consumer-grade wireless AR glasses manufacturer INMO released its second generation AR glasses INMO Air2, a smart ring INMO Ring, and INMOVERSE, a metaverse application.
Simon Wang, the head of AI algorithms for intelligent driving and the chief scientist for AI at Li Auto, will leave his job in the near future. Wang is mainly responsible for the research and development of AI algorithms for applications such as intelligent driving perception and maps.
On August 12, the Cyberspace Administration of China released a filing list of 30 domestic Internet information service algorithms from NetEase, Qihoo 360, Kuaishou, Meituan and other well-known enterprises in the country.
PhiGent Robotics announced on Wednesday that it has completed round-A financing totaling $30 million. The leading investor was Ince Capital.
On Friday, the CAC issued draft guidelines on regulating the recommendation algorithms used by internet service providers, stating that they should not be used to withhold information or manipulate relevant record charts.
AI pharmaceutical company Galixir announced on Dec. 29 the completion of its latest two financing rounds, the Series A and Series A+, together worth tens of millions of dollars.