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investors in 2017, is working on AI chips that can be embedded in devices such as smartphones, watches and home robots.Huawei is collaborating with Cambricon on AI chips for phones and other devices."AI processor startups are the latest darlings among investo▓rs in China. This was definitely impossible several years ago, as the semiconductor business▓ is so cash-intensive and demands long-term investment to see any results,"▓ said Liu Weiwei, general manager of the AI department at Galaxy Internet. The Beijing-based incuba▓tor helps startups secure capital and other resources.Ac▓cording to Liu, venture capitalists today see an opportunity for Chin▓ese startups to establish a presence in the market, as demand for tailor-made AI chips grows exponentially and it becomes less complicated to design such processors.Existing chips that run AI software, such as Nvidia's graphics chips, are expensive and h▓ard to deploy into devices.That's why companies like DeePhi are marching into the sector. The Beijing-based startup is running against the clock to produ

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ce AI chips that can help self-driving automobiles recognize pedestrians in a cost-effective way."The complexity involved in designing AI chips is about one-tenth of that in designing central processing units. But companies that only make chips will not be able to win in future. The key is to build a system by combining chips with software," said Yao Song, CEO of DeePhi.The startup raised $40 million from investors including Samsung and Alibaba's Ant Financial last year. It has alr▓eady unveiled a slate of software products, and its chips are designed to provide in-house ▓solutions to help its products to achieve better performance and lower production c▓osts."It is difficult for a single Chinese company to take on Nvidia given our currently limi▓ted chip talent pool and manufacturing techniques. A more likely picture is that about 10 Chinese companies compete with the US chip giant in 10 specific niches," Yao said.According to him, AI chips are a golden opportunity for China to surpass the US in high-tech, and

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ages topping 1 billion US dollars, acc▓using bosses of trying to steal his image, according to court documents filed Tuesday.The complaint, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court and published by several US e▓ntertainment media outlets, alleges that POW! Entertainment CEO Shane Duffy and co-found▓er Gill Champion failed to fully disclose to Lee details of the firm's 2017 sale to Camsing International.The en▓tertainment icon contends that they took advantage of him at a time when he

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was despondent over the death of his wife▓ Joan and suffering from macular degeneration, a condition affecting the ey▓es.The 95-year-old co-creator of many superhero characters, including Black Panther and Spider-Man, alleges he was duped into signing a fraudulent agreement that gave POW! exclusive rights to his name, identity and likeness.According to the lawsuit, Lee was unable to read the document due to his eye condition, and he doesn't remember anyone▓ reading it to him, suggesting that his signature may have been forged, copied or induc

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response from POW! Entertainment to the lawsuit. But in April, the company issued a statement expressing concern for Lee amid reports that he was t▓he victim of elder abuse."We at POW! Entertainment ▓take great pride in our continuing work to create exciting new Stan Lee content and characters as well as safeguarding the legacy of the greatest storyteller of our time," the statement said."We are also fans and share the heartfelt admiration and love of the communi▓ty who have voiced their sincere concern for Stan's wellbeing."There were more negative headlines when it emerged last month that Lee was being sued by massage therapist Maria Carballo for sexual assault and battery. She accuses him of inappro▓priate touching and misconduct during two sessions last year in Chicago.Lee's▓ attorney Jonathan Freund has denied the allegations to the Chicago Tr▓ibune newspaper.Lee has faced a similar claim before. In January, the Daily Mai▓l reported on allegations of sexual assault and harassment▓ by nurses who cared for Lee at his Los Angeles home.Lee's ▓representatives denied those allegations.Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatNike CEO apologizes for company

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's "boys-club culture"Nike CEO apologizes for company's "boys-club culture"Nike CEO▓ apologizes for company's "boys-club culture"05-04-2018 16:29 BJTWorld leading ▓sneaker giant Nike's CEO Mark Parker Thursday apologized to employees at an all-staff meeting for a "boys-club culture" at the company that disparages women employees, The Wall Street Journal reported.Parker called the rare meting at Nike's Beaverton campus in Oregon on the U.S. west coast,▓ a few weeks after six Nike executives and senior managers were forced to leave since March amid rep▓orts of misconduct by male employees against women workers.In Marc▓h, a group of women at the company complained to Pa▓rker that their informal survey revealed a corporate "boys-club culture" was permeating at the company where female employees were given unequal pay and suffered inappropriate sexist behavior from their male colleagues, which failed to be taken seriously by its management.Parker told his employees that he wanted "▓everyone to know that I'm personally committed to making Nike a place where everyone can

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lease scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatU.S. companies suffer amid punitive ban against ZTEU.S. companies suffer amid punitive ban against ZTEU.S. compan▓ies suffer amid punitive ban against ZTE04-26-2018 14:29 BJTAmerican companies that supply chips and other components to Chinese telecom equipment maker▓ ZTE Corp. are experiencing sizable revenue loss after the United States imposed a denial of export privileges against the company on April 16.Shares of several U.S. suppliers of ZTE slumped immediately after the U.S. Department of Commerce banned sales of components to ZTE for seven years for its alleged violatio

ns of the Export Administra▓tion Regulations.The stock prices of Acacia Communications Inc., Oclaro, and Lumentum plunged 35.97 percent, 15.18 percent and 9.06 percent, respectively, on the day when the ban was announced.Acacia, the Massachusetts-based optical interconnect c▓omponents maker, is among the major affected American companies.The company noted in a February filing that ZTE accounted for 30 percent of its ▓385.2-million-U.S.-dollar yearly revenue in 2017."We depend on a limited

number of customers for a significant percentage of our revenue and the loss or temporary loss of a m▓ajor customer for any reason could harm our financial condition," said Acacia in the filing.The company is taking steps to suspend affected transactions as a result of the ban and is assessing the impact of these developments on Acacia, it said in a statement.Oclaro, a U.S.-based bus▓in

ess manufacturing and selling optical components, also does substantial sales to ZTE.According to Oclaro's annual fiscal report, ZTE accounted for 105.3 millio▓n dollars, or 18 percent of its revenues in the fiscal year that ended July 1, 2017.Lumentum, which▓ does substantial sales to ZTE, also suffered collateral damage from the U.S. punitive decision. Its stock price has slid by 20.3 percent▓ since the denial order was announced."The ban will not on▓ly severely impact the survival and development of ZTE, but also cause damage to all partners of ZTE including a large number of U.S. companies," ZTE said in a statement.More than a dozen U.S. companies li

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sted ZTE as a customer in previous financial filings.NeoPhotonics, a California-based optical gear maker, issued a statement on April 17, saying that its direct revenue from ZTE during fiscal year 2017 was approximately 1 percent of its total revenue of 292.89 million dollars.Neo

Photonics provides component products to certain ZTE supply chain partners, which are e▓stimated to account for approximately 3 percent of its total revenue in 2017, according to the statement.Without the ban, the company believes its annualiz

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