Tsinghua AI Association of International Students (TAIS) news roundup 12 March

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Baidu Hits the Road with Self-Driving Demo Zone Deal in Chengdu. [Caixin]

How AI And 5G Are Transforming One Chinese Toilet Manufacturing Plant. [China Money Network]

Chip shortage affects about 5–10% of China’s Q1 auto production, association says. [cnEVpost]

Fudan University team develops smart textile. [Shine.cn]

U.S. Imposes New 5G License Limits on Some Huawei Suppliers. [Caixin]

China Chip Industry Group Says It’ll Work With U.S. Counterpart. [Caixin]

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