Asian tech roundup: Regulators crack the whip on AI

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Tom Allen
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Asian tech roundup: Regulators crack the whip on AI

Welcome to Computing's fortnightly roundup of tech news in Asia. This time we look at China cracking down on AI 'propaganda' while also using it to spy on its neighbours, and Western firms betting big on Asia.

China Chatbots in China must follow the Communist Party's strict censorship rules around what can and cannot be displayed and discussed online, According to draft rules published by the Cybersp...

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