Tsinghua AI Association of International Students (TAIS) news roundup 11 June

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Tsinghua University Calls for Establishment of a “Personal Data Account” System to Balance Privacy Protections with Big Data Applications. [China Banking News]

Huawei opens its largest cybersecurity transparency center. [CnTechPost]

China’s ride-hailing giant Didi files for US IPO, could be valued at over $70 billion. [CnTechPost]

Huawei now has over 4 million registered developers. [CnTechPost]

Self-driving firm Pony.ai has reportedly joined the car-making party. [CnEVPost]

Huawei aims to make passenger cars truly driverless by 2025. [CnEVPost]

Alibaba to Develop Self-Driving Trucks, Eyeing Next Potential Hotspot in China’s Tech Sector. [Pandaily]

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