Sumary of The Great haul of China: How Beijing’s biggest is infiltrating Britain:
- The then international trade secretary was posing happily for the cameras, shaking hands warmly with Seng Yee Lau, executive vice-president of Tencent, and heralding another fruitful chapter of Sino-British relations.
- For example, Li Shen, senior researcher at Tencent’s Artificial Intelligence lab, honed her skills at Oxford’s Visual Geometry Group.
- Her research covers the establishment of vast facial recognition databases enabling people to be identified even if spotted in differing poses, and as they age.
- In the wake of Fox’s agreement, it concluded a wide-ranging deal to stream and co-produce BBC documentaries, signed by the current Director-General Tim Davie when he was the chief executive of BBC studios.
- in Artificial Intelligence medical diagnostic app Babylon Health;
- Tencent – especially through its WeChat service – is responsible for the detention, imprisonment, and torture of innocent people in China for peacefully sharing information or expressing viewpoints on political, social, and religious topics.
- This is a company that has blood on its hands Former foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind said: ‘If you’re a British university or cultural institution, given the trauma of Hong Kong, Tibet and the Uighurs, you must consider whether this will damage your reputation.