AI in Chinese banking and finance

Artificial Intelligence

AI in Chinese banking and finance

China's banking and finance sector is heavily investing in AI. The country wants to be a global leader in this technology by 2030, but with the five main banking...

South Pacific internet: How's it going to pan out?

Internet

South Pacific internet: How's it going to pan out?

With new undersea internet cables soon expected under the South Pacific, will China or the West set the agenda?

Huawei continues innovation efforts, despite growing global security backlash

Mobile Communications

Huawei continues innovation efforts, despite growing global security backlash

Amidst all the controversy, the Chinese telecoms giant is showing no signs of slowing down.

Huawei sues the US government as tensions rise

Networking & Communications

Huawei sues the US government as tensions rise

Huawei has launched legal action against the US government. What happens next and what does it mean for the global tech industry?

International Women's Day: It's important to believe in yourself and follow your own path

Human Resources

International Women's Day: It's important to believe in yourself and follow your own path

Founder and CEO at Live.me and SVP of Cheetah Mobile, Yuki He, on the importance of self-confidence and how we still have a long way to go before we reach gender...

How blockchain is enabling financial inclusion for 70 million unbanked Filipinos

Blockchain

How blockchain is enabling financial inclusion for 70 million unbanked Filipinos

In the Philippines, an estimated 56 per cent of citizens have limited access to the modern financial ecosystem. To solve this crisis, Union Bank and ConsenSys have...

Beijing's tech policy is changing. Is China a safer partner now?

Business Management

Beijing's tech policy is changing. Is China a safer partner now?

As the West becomes increasingly wary of the US tech giants, might Chinese competitors be a greater risk?

New cyber security laws could put further strain on foreign companies in China

Security

New cyber security laws could put further strain on foreign companies in China

Amidst the ongoing US-China trade war, new Chinese laws may expose foreign firms to even more cyber security (and censorship) risks.

China embraces cloud native technologies

Cloud Computing

China embraces cloud native technologies

Following the first KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in China, we look at uptake and interest, successes, and the challenges cloud native faces in the country.

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