Tsinghua AI Association of International Students (TAIS) news roundup 28 May

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Delivery robots to come to Beijing streets. [Technode]

Shenzhen to allow driverless cars on public roads. [cnEVPost]

Global automakers set up data facilities in China to meet compliance requirements. [cnEVPost]

Analysts explain why Li Auto ditches Mobileye in favor of a local self-driving chip. [cnEVPost]

Lenovo resists temptation as a group of Chinese firms jump on the car-making bandwagon. [cnEVPost]

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

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