A facial recognition system is demonstrated on a screen at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai on September 2.  A US panel on China policy was urged on Tuesday to extend bans on US hi-tech sales to China. Photo: Bloomberg
A facial recognition system is demonstrated on a screen at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai on September 2. A US panel on China policy was urged on Tuesday to extend bans on US hi-tech sales to China. Photo: Bloomberg

US should expand its restrictions on sale of hi-tech products to China, panel is told

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A facial recognition system is demonstrated on a screen at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai on September 2.  A US panel on China policy was urged on Tuesday to extend bans on US hi-tech sales to China. Photo: Bloomberg
A facial recognition system is demonstrated on a screen at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai on September 2. A US panel on China policy was urged on Tuesday to extend bans on US hi-tech sales to China. Photo: Bloomberg
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