Xu Li, chief executive officer of SenseTime Group Ltd., is identified by the company’s facial recognition system on a screen as he poses for a photograph at SenseTime’s showroom in Beijing in 2018. Photo: Bloomberg
Xu Li, chief executive officer of SenseTime Group Ltd., is identified by the company’s facial recognition system on a screen as he poses for a photograph at SenseTime’s showroom in Beijing in 2018. Photo: Bloomberg

US sanctions Chinese AI firm SenseTime, Xinjiang officials, citing human rights abuses

  • US Treasury claims SenseTime is responsible for ‘abuse enabled by the malign use of technology’
  • The move reportedly delays SenseTime’s Hong Kong IPO, which was already halved

Topic |   US-China relations
Xu Li, chief executive officer of SenseTime Group Ltd., is identified by the company’s facial recognition system on a screen as he poses for a photograph at SenseTime’s showroom in Beijing in 2018. Photo: Bloomberg
Xu Li, chief executive officer of SenseTime Group Ltd., is identified by the company’s facial recognition system on a screen as he poses for a photograph at SenseTime’s showroom in Beijing in 2018. Photo: Bloomberg
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