China’s Censors Could Shape the Future of AI-Generated Content
By Sarah Cook
When the Chinese regime’s information controls intersect with artificial intelligence, they can distort the global information landscape.
China’s Baidu Races Waymo, GM to Develop Self-driving Cars
By Joe McDonald
Baidu and a rival, Pony.ai, received China's first licenses in April to operate taxis with no one in the driver's seat but with a safety supervisor on board.
Why Are Chinese Stocks Dropping in the US?
By Chutian Zhou
The fraying of U.S.-China relations is having an impact on Chinese companies listed in the U.S.
In Search of ‘Real’ Data on China’s Economy
By Dmitriy Plekhanov
Technology to the rescue: new sources of data help researchers and analysts shed more light on the Chinese economy.
China's Slowdown Is Starting to Hit Where It Hurts: Employment
By Yu Zhongxin
From manufacturing to internet companies, China is shedding jobs across sectors.
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
By Sarah Cook
Cooperation with the CCP, often mandatory, carries risks as well as benefits.
China’s AI Agenda Advances
By Elsa Kania
As China throws state support behind AI development, major Chinese technology companies will remain integral players.
China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law
By Charlotte Gao
Tencent, Baidu, and Sina are being investigated by the Chinese Cyberspace Administration.
The West and the New, Tech-Savvy China
By Young China Watchers
Kaiser Kuo on China's tech industry and the gap between China and the West.
China's Hottest Tech Giants Join the 'War on Pollution'
By Susan Chan Shifflett
Alibaba, Xiaomi, and Baidu are empowering citizens to monitor air, water, and food contamination.
China’s Big Overseas Spending Spree
By Brendan P. O’Reilly
Cashed up Chinese individuals and companies are making their presence felt around the world.
Bitcoin Booms, China Helps
The Baidu imprimatur is proving a boon for the crypto-currency, which has features likely to appeal to Chinese netizens.