The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP
The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP

China’s computer vision unicorns face challenges on many fronts as they expand beyond surveillance: SCMP report

  • New report from SCMP Research delves into computer vision unicorns that have made global headlines against the backdrop of US-China tech rivalry
  • Companies such as Megvii, SenseTime and Yitu are expanding from surveillance into areas such as retail, health care, finance and more

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP
The South China Morning Post’s China AI Deep-Dive: Computer Vision Report finds that the main challenge for the country’s unicorns is to now expand their CV business beyond surveillance. Photo: SCMP
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