Baidu goes all in on AI at dev conference

Tom Allen
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Self-driving cars, Intel and cameras, oh my!

China's Baidu has made a host of AI announcements at its Baidu Create developer conference in Beijing this week, including a new chip (joining the likes of Google and Nvidia); an Intel partnership;...

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