Following the collapse of wannabe Faraday Future – bankrolled by former billionaire Jia Yueting – NIO has taken over as China’s rising electric car company. Backed by Tencent, Baidu, and Sequoia Capital, NIO (previously known as NextEV) is also entering the self-driving space.Co-working spaces are a dime a dozen in China’s major cities.
"What if there was a copy of me that could interact with my kids and talk to them?" Nikhil Jain asked himself this question, after yet another situation where he was torn between working on his business and being with his family. "Whenever I travel, my kids would miss me a lot because they're so used to having me around," explains Jain, who travels to Asia once a month as CEO of ObEN, a California-based startup that creates humanoid avatars.
@frankhersey The backlash towards privacy infringement in China surprised a lot of people too. Who knows what will happen with bots! I personally hope platforms will take a more serious approach to bot takedowns in the future :)
@frankhersey 'Ever' is a long time and hard to predict :) I think it will largely depend on the platforms themselves, ie whether or not they're incentivized to tackle bots, which means there needs to be a significant shift in the current model of advertising/marketing). What about you?
Just discovered a scan & pay convenience store by the office (not unmanned - maybe less manned?!) Rental umbrellas & powerbanks are also available. You have to download their app though - no tie-in w/WeChat https://t.co/mi2WAEhAEc
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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