China’s AI start-ups have seen a fall in funding as a technology rift between the world’s two largest economies rips apart early-stage deals. Photo: Reuters

China’s AI start-ups are closing more funding deals, yet they’re still attracting less money than the US

  • AI start-ups in China are closing a larger share of funding deals worldwide, but their share of the amount raised has been declining since 2017
  • Their US counterparts still strike the most deals, although their share of the number of deals has been dropping
Topic |   China technology

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China’s AI start-ups have seen a fall in funding as a technology rift between the world’s two largest economies rips apart early-stage deals. Photo: Reuters
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Coco Feng

Coco Feng

Coco Feng is a Beijing-based technology reporter at the Post. Previously, she worked for the BBC and Caixin Global in the capital city, covering health care, consumers and entertainment.