“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP
“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus outbreak to further strain global AI information exchanges already under pressure from tech war

  • Baidu said 28 papers submitted by its own authors had been accepted by AAAI-20, though alternative arrangements may now have to be made

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP
“Sophia” the robot is seen on stage before a discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) at the RISE Technology Conference in Hong Kong in July 2018. There is concern that the rapidly spreading coronavirus might further constrain global tech exchanges in the AI community. Photo: AFP
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