Here is a collection of Nina Xiang’s latest publications on Forbes and Nikkei Asia (online and on print).

U.S. should learn from its failure to take down Huawei
Feb 2, 2024
Nikkei Asia

Huawei Technologies’ return to the smartphone market last August with a 5G model competitive with Apple’s iPhone came as a surprise to U.S. policymakers who thought that Washington’s sanctions on the company had largely knocked it out of market contention…

China’s AI sector has no time for end-of-the-world worries
Dec 18, 2023
Nikkei Asia

The annual World Artificial Intelligence Conference, hosted in the sleek Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center, is China’s showcase event for what has become one of the world’s hottest sectors…

Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei Pushes Forward With Ambitious Plan To Dethrone Android
Dec 13, 2023

Hundreds of technical experts from many of China’s biggest state-owned and private companies, including the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), China Telecom, Meituan, and Baidu, all gathered in Beijing last month. The purpose behind the meeting was for their staff to receive training so they could be certified as developers on Huawei’s Harmony Operation System (OS)…

Metaverse No More? ByteDance And Tencent Scale Back VR Ambitions
Nov 17, 2023

Two years after ByteDance acquired Chinese VR (virtual reality) headset manufacturer Pico for a whopping $1.3 billion, the tech giant is now reportedly downsizing and restructuring its VR division…

Chinese AI is not the threat the U.S. thinks it is
Nov 10, 2023
Nikkei Asia

It is high time for the world to realize that China is not becoming the artificial intelligence superpower that many have feared. ChatGPT came from the U.S., not China. Despite an official goal of leading the world in AI by 2030, Chinese technology companies are struggling to catch up with their U.S. counterparts. It is a safe bet that foreseeable groundbreaking AI innovations will not come from China either…

Chinese Smartphone Makers Aim To Beat Apple And Samsung In Generative AI
Nov 6, 2023

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently declared that they “never felt an urgency to be first, we’ve always felt an urgency to be best, and that is how we go into this [artificial intelligence] as well.” The company is reportedly planning to start implementing generative AI on the iPhone in late 2024…

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