Media Perspective
  • Engineers from Microsoft and China's ByteDance, the parent of TikTok, are doing their part to advance that notion. Through a project called KubeRay, they're working together on software intended to help companies more efficiently run AI apps.

    ——Microsoft and ByteDance are collaborating on a big AI project, CNBC

    Comment:

    Through technology research and development and patent portfolio, ByteDance has become a leading force in the field of artificial intelligence, and its open attitude in the field of patent transformation and technical cooperation has won the favor of more partners in the global market.

  • Pinduoduo launched its U.S. online shopping site as the Chinese e-commerce giant makes its first major push overseas. Pinduoduo's Temu is a cross-border e-commerce website with most products likely to come from overseas, especially China. Temu said shipping to the U.S. could take 7-15 business days.

    ——China's e-commerce giant Pinduoduo quietly launches U.S. shopping site in Amazon challenge, CNBC

    Comment:

    Thanks to its relatively mature technological innovation and logistics and transportation technology, Pinduoduo actively "goes out" to expand overseas markets, sells more "Made in China" overseas, and takes a place in the fierce international market.

  • Tech giant Baidu announced Monday that it has obtained permits to operate fully autonomous taxis without any human assistants on board in two of China's megacities, marking a first for the country. Baidu said it received the regulatory approvals for its autonomous ride-hailing service Apollo Go to operate on open roads during the daytime in Chongqing and Wuhan.

    ——Baidu gets permits for first fully driverless taxi service in China, CNN

    Comment:

    Baidu, with its strong scientific strength and tight patent portfolio planning, has become a frontrunner in the autonomous driving field, and accelerated the transformation of patents on paper into applied products, bringing more convenience and happiness to people's life.


  • "Moon Man", a Chinese sci-fi comedy about an astronaut stranded on the moon has shattered summer box office records in China, providing much-needed lift to the world's second largest cinema industry that continues to grapple with Covid lockdowns. The movie had the highest number of screenings for a film in China on its opening day, and has become one of the top grossing sci-fi movies in Chinese history.

    ——'Moon Man' is just what China's box office needs after months of lockdowns, CNN

    Comment:

    In recent years, the explosive emergence of Chinese sci-fi films including the "Moon Man" couldn't happen without  a series of incentive policies and upgrade of filming technology. We are looking forward to Chinese sci-fi films' fluid advancement in innovation abundant in local elements, winning wider recognition in overseas markets.

  • Recently, self-driving tech start-up Pony.ai announced it plans to mass produce autonomous driving trucks in China with equipment manufacturing giant Sany Heavy Industry. The trucks are slated to come with "Level 4" autonomous driving technology, which would allow full self-driving on highways and urban roads, according to Pony.ai.

    ——Tech self-driving start-up Pony.ai plans to mass produce robotrucks in China, CNBC

    Comment:

    Through the cooperation with equipment manufacturing giant Sany Heavy Industry,Pony.ai has been boosted in autonomous driving trucks. In response to the increasingly fierce competition around the world, Chinese companies such as Pony.ai should strengthen innovation in core components including autonomous driving chip, and make better use of IP portfolio to gain market share.