Pandemic is both a ‘black swan’ and accelerator for AI industry

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost every industry, including artificial intelligence (AI). CGTN sat down with Fu Yingbo, partner and president of China’s AI company Megvii, to discuss how the pandemic has affected the AI industry.

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