Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters
Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters

National AI champion SenseTime enters pact with China’s central bank amid digital currency trials

  • The collaboration aims to help strengthen ‘risk control and operational capabilities’ across financial institutions
  • The Digital Currency Research Institute, a unit of the People’s Bank of China, is overseeing development of a new sovereign digital currency

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Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters
Visitors walk past the stall of SenseTime at the Security China exhibition in Beijing in October 2018. The Hong Kong-based start-up is collaborating with a unit of the People’s Bank of China to push adoption of artificial intelligence in the country’s financial industry. Photo: Reuters
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