China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics
China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics

China technology

Inside China Tech: China to continue asserting ‘prolific dominance’ in tech despite coronavirus

  • With the coronavirus infection rates appearing to have peaked in China, map data shows consumer activity is starting to return to normal
  • Despite China’s economy taking a hard hit from the effects of the pandemic, ‘it would be a mistake’ to assume it has lost its influence, a US think tank says

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China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics
China’s huge population offers researchers and start-ups access to what may be the most valuable natural resource in the future – human data, according to the Future Today Institute. Illustration: SCMP graphics
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