Asian tech roundup: Altman comments raise Indian ire

Also China to regulate Bluetooth as protestors evade censors

John Leonard
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Altman comments raise Indian ire. Image: DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, India. Credit Eatcha, WikiMedia
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Altman comments raise Indian ire. Image: DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon, India. Credit Eatcha, WikiMedia

Welcome to Computing's fortnightly roundup of tech news in Asia. This week's stories feature India's drive to become a major player in silicon and assembly, China's efforts to shore up its own industry and Australia's fears about its lack of domestic AI talent.

India Some Indian techies were unhappy at OpenAI CEO Sam Altman's remarks in which he apparently dismissed a potential competitor from the country; others said India should ignore him and play ...

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