Western institutions' AI and surveillance research ties with China, particularly those with partners implicated in ongoing rights abuses in Xinjiang, have been coming under mounting scrutiny. This week, South China Morning...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 18, 2019
A stream of recent analysis and news coverage has continued to examine the development of advanced...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 22, 2016
First launched in June of 2014, Microsoft's Chinese-speaking social media-based "artificial...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 15, 2016
Alleged Chinese hacking of American companies may have diminished since tensions over the issue...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 5, 2014
Reuters’ Jim Finkle notes China’s exclusion of American Symantec and Russian Kaspersky...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 29, 2014
Microsoft appears to have attracted the attention of Chinese business regulators, soon after the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 11, 2014
Censorship monitor GreatFire.org has accused Microsoft's Bing search engine of censoring results...
by Natalie Ornell | Feb 2, 2014
Shane Goldmacher, reporter for The National Journal, profiles Richard Quick, a 71-year old retired...
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