Tsinghua AI Association of International Students (TAIS) news roundup 13 May

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VIDEO: Here’s how Tencent is challenging Alibaba in China’s e-commerce sector. [KrASIA]

Xiaomi settles lawsuit with US Department of Defense, to be moved from blacklist. [CnTechPost]

China drafts rules to strengthen regulation of vehicle data collection. [CnTechPost]

China’s WeRide secures more funding, pushing valuation to $3.3 billion. [TechCrunch]

Pony.ai Receives Green Light to Run Autonomous Freight Business in Guangzhou. [Caixin]

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Compiled by Nico Gous (nico.gous@yahoo.com)

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