Tsinghua AI Association of International Students (TAIS) news roundup 2 June

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China’s first home-made virtual student enrolled at Tsinghua University. [Ecns.cn]

Chinese regulator gives Tesla backing in response to user’s questions about single-pedal mode. [CnEVPost]

China Tesla rival Nio sees deliveries fall in May as chip shortage bites. [CNBC]

Chart: The U.S. Car Models Most Impacted By The Microchip Shortage. [Statista]

Huawei’s AI Computing Center in Wuhan Begins Operation, Powering Local Industries with Computing Infrastructure. [Synced]

Chinese Robot-Maker Rokae Raises Fresh Capital Amid Official Push for Intelligent Manufacturing. [Caixin]

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