Race for 5G: Will China Dominate Future Wireless Internet?
| Mar. 21 2018
Imagine a city where commuters are chauffeured to work by self-driving cars and artificial intelligence systems control every power.
Look Ma, No Hands: The Dawn of Vocal Computing
| Mar. 6 2018
Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa have been catching on very quickly. Google reports that it sells a voice-controlled.
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Regulating internet finance in China
Chen Long, Professor of Finance at CKGSB, believes that the authorities have to tread a fine line while regulating internet.
| Mar. 26 2014
China Roundup: RMB depreciation; China’s first bond market default; and Xi Jinping heads to Europe
The week that was: The Chinese government chooses not to bail out the beleaguered Chaori; RMB depreciation goes on even.
| Mar. 21 2014
Contagious: Jonah Berger on why some things catch on
In his book Contagious, Jonah Berger explained why some things catch on. In this interview he decodes the science behind.
| Mar. 20 2014
China Roundup: Panasonic’s Pollution Compensation and Alibaba IPO Heads for US Shores
The week that was: Panasonic offers China-based Japanese workers hardship allowance; Alibaba IPO to reportedly happen in New York.
| Mar. 14 2014
Bioenergy in China: Can China Learn from Germany’s Experience?
Germany’s experiment with bioenergy villages shows that alternative energy sources can spur rural value creation. This has lessons.
| Mar. 10 2014
Imagining Bitcoin’s Future: Privacy or Regulation?
Bitcoin has spurred interest in virtual currencies, which have the ability to revolutionize our world. But governments and regulators will.
| Mar. 5 2014
Online Collaboration: Settling the Cyber-Frontier
How virtual organizations are changing the social operating system. Prosecutions for online thievery and piracy may grab headlines, but there.
| Mar. 3 2014
China Roundup: LinkedIn Checks into China; Weibo to List on the NASDAQ; and the Renminbi Slides Further
The week that was: LinkedIn enters China with an innovative model; Sina Weibo plans US listing; the Chinese renminbi.
| Feb. 28 2014
Genetically Modified Food: A Clockwork Tomato
Will political and public opposition to genetically modified food stop China’s market from developing? It’s the Cold War.
| Feb. 18 2014
China Roundup: Google and Foxconn Partner; Lenovo profits up; and Internet Finance under the Scanner
The week that was: the People’s Bank of China weighs in on internet finance; Chinese trust firms have slower.
| Feb. 14 2014
3D Printing: Life in 3D
Prophets of doom say 3D printing will overturn manufacturing in China. They are both right and wrong. Wisps of smoke.
| Feb. 12 2014