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Thursday, November 28, 2019

Chinese data mining firm MiningLamp, now a national AI champion, began by helping police solve crimes

  • MiningLamp’s business analytics tools are used by more than 200 companies in the Fortune 500
  • Like Palantir, this Chinese start-up uses AI to help corporate clients and law enforcement convert huge volumes of data into actionable information

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Thank You and an Invitation to Future Events at China Institute 

Dear christopher,
 
Thank you for joining us for our timely program on The Age of Disengagement with Dr. Huiyao (Henry) WANG and Jacob Parker on November 7! We hope you appreciated the discussion about what a full-blown trade war would cost the global economy and China's response to changing economic power dynamics. 

We invite you to read our blog with quotes from the discussion, and enjoy the full event video online

From the blog:
Jacob Parker: "The commercial relationship [between the U.S. and China] has always been the ballast. The U.S. business voice is quieter than it has ever been, and the void is being filled with military and strategic voices. This is a huge shift."