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China's Social Credit System Has Blocked People From Taking 11 Million Flights And 4 Million Train Trips

Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Christine Wong

23-May-18 12:00

China's Social Credit System Has Blocked People From Taking 11 Million Flights And 4 Million Train Trips

On today’s edition of Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj and Christine Wong talked about:

 

1:17 - China's Social Credit System Has Blocked People From Taking 11 Million Flights And 4 Million Train Trips

10:21 - Microsoft's Xiaoice Is An AI Bot That Can Also Converse Like A Human

21:03 - Estonia To Map DNA Of Over 10% Of Population

27:12 - This Startup Wants To Make Buying A Dog Online Safer And More Ethical


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Categories:  EntrepreneurshipPersonal DevelopmentTechnologyTechSME

Tags:  BizBytesSocial Credit SystemChinamicrosoftxiaoiceAI botArtificial intelligenceEstoniaDNADNA databaseTailwisepuppypuppies





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