Microsoft enters MSN ad agreement with Baidu

The partnership will give advertisers from around the world the opportunity to reach US consumers on MSN properties via Baidu’s MediaGo ad platform


Google, Microsoft, Alibaba help found data protection consortium

Industry heavyweights Alibaba, Arm, Baidu, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Red Hat, Swisscom, and Tencent have linked up with The Linux Foundation to form a consortium where members will collaborate on


Snap looks to Baidu as its advertiser representative in Asia

Snap has renewed its sales partnership with Baidu, authorising the Chinese search giant to act as Snap’s representative to advertisers in Greater China, Japan, and South Korea. The partnership, which


Yext looks toward tourism targeting with Chinese app integrations

Yext, a digital knowledge management platform, has integrated with a group of apps directed at Chinese travellers around the world to give businesses outside of China in control of the


Baidu doubles down on self-driving

Baidu is getting even more serious about self-driving cars with updates to its Apollo open-source autonomous vehicle technology platform. The first is a suite of products and solutions for mass


Baidu strikes self-driving car deals with Ford and Volvo

Chinese internet search giant Baidu has joined forces with both Ford and Volvo to work on the development of self-driving cars. With Ford, Baidu has agreed a two-year autonomous vehicle


Nvidia unveils AI platforms for self-driving, smart assistants, and AR in vehicles

US chipmaker Nvidia kickstarted the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 by unveiling the autonomous machine intelligence processor that will be at the heart of its over 320 self-driving collaborations. The


Baidu-owned video platform apologises for “flirtatious secretary” VR assistant

iQiyi, a video platform owned by Chinese search giant Baidu, has taken a virtual reality assistant offline for “modification” after complaints that it demeaned and sexualised women. The avatar, called


Baidu and Xiaomi to collaborate on AI and the internet of things

China’s answer to Google, Baidu, and Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi have announced a partnership that will see the pair combine on AI and the internet of things (IoT). The partnership,


Baidu unveils smart speaker thats, well, different

China’s answer to Google, Baidu, has unveiled an AI-powered smart speaker with a design that’s interesting to say the least. Raven H represents Baidu’s first step into the AI consumer

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