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MIT Technology Review’s Robert D. Hof profiles Baidu’s new chief scientist Andrew Ng and the company’s work on artificial
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Jonathan Stempel at Reuters reports that Baidu Inc has defeated a U.S. lawsuit by pro-democracy activists over censored search results, a case
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