SenseTime delays Hong Kong IPO
Chinese artificial intelligence company SenseTime announced that its global offering and Hong Kong IPO will be delayed. According to people familiar with the matter, SenseTime will continue to firmly promote the Hong Kong IPO, which will be completed by the end of this year at the earliest.
Cambricon provides infrastructure support for an intelligent computing center
Chinese AI chip developer Cambricon announced that it has signed a procurement contract for the infrastructure construction project of an Intelligent Computing Center with Jiangsu Kunshan High-tech Industry Investment Development Co., Ltd. The contract value is about RMB509 million.
Pony.ai voluntarily suspends autonomous driving testing in California
Chinese autonomous driving firm Pony.ai is no longer in the list of fully autonomous driving test licenses on the official website of California DMV. Prior to this, Pony.ai’s unmanned vehicle test encountered a minor collision in California, and no one was injured, and no other vehicles were involved. After the accident, Pony.ai immediately conducted a review of the incident and stopped the autonomous driving testing in California. At the same time, Pony.ai immediately reported to the California DMV and is still in close communication.
Shenzhen’s first industrial Internet innovation center launched
Shenzhen’s first industrial Internet innovation center-Huawei (Longgang) Industrial Internet Innovation Center was launched a few days ago. The center has been in operation for a year and has provided 258 industrial companies with digital transformation solutions, developed 24 local ecological partners, and built more than 10 digital transformation benchmarks.
China first self-developed fully magnetic-levitation artificial heart debuts
A few days ago, the 2nd Critical Heart Disease Conference hosted by Shenzhen Hospital of Fuwai Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, was held in Shenzhen. Suzhou CH Biomedical’s innovative product-implantable left ventricular assist device "CH-VAD" (artificial heart) has been approved for marketing. It is China’s first self-developed fully magnetic-levitation artificial heart.
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