A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images

Chinese AI champion iFlyTek back in the red as operations struggle amid coronavirus pandemic

  • The Shenzhen-listed company has forecast a first-quarter net loss of US$17.7 million to US$19.1 million
  • That compares with a net profit of US$14.4 million in the same period last year

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
A booth by iFlyTek, one of China’s artificial intelligence champions, is seen at the 2019 Smart China Expo held in the southwestern city of Chongqing in August of last year. Photo: VCG via Getty Images
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