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ipped with AI laboratories where students can have in-depth practice opportunities.The deal came after UBTech in November announced a deal worth $362.4 million to step up AI teaching labs for students in the United Arab Emirates, marking another big push in its efforts to go global.With robotics more frequently seen in public places such as hospitals, hotels and shopping malls, student enthusiasm

  ipped with AI laboratories where students can have in-depth practice opportunities.The deal came after UBTech in November announced a deal worth $362.4 million to step up AI teaching labs for students in the United Arab Emirates, marking another big push in its efforts to go global.With robotics more frequently seen in public places such as hospitals, hotels and shopping malls, student enthusiasm  

  ts who use face coverings, including medical and cloth face masks, as well as N95s," Dr. Robert Glatter, an emergency physician at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, has told Healthline, an American website and provider of health information headquartered in San Francisco, California."Carbon dioxide molecules freely diffuse through the masks, allowing normal gas exchanges while breathing," Glatter exp  

equences," he said.The increased scrutiny of TikTok culminated on Friday when Trump threatened to ban the app from operating in the U.S. due to a "national security risk". The negotiations between the two companies were then halted.But after a weekend phone call with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Trump reversed his stance and reportedly gave the two companies 45 days to close the deal. This was con如下图

  

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ember states in maintaining health services, while accelerating the research and eventual access to diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.The committee advised countries to support these research efforts, including through funding, and to join in efforts to allow equitable allocation of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines by engaging in the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator among oth如下图

China launched an artificial intelligence (AI) open-source platform Saturday to jointly promote the global development of the booming industry.The research and development of the Dubhe platform was started in October 2018, with nearly 100 researchers involved in the project. It aims to become an industry leader by forging an artificial intelligence cooperation ecosystem and facilitating the advancement of the industry."We hope that we can gather together leading innovative forces in the industry to build a high-performance platform and framework for the development of artificial intelligence algorithms, and establish independent artificial research and industrial ecosystem," said Zhu Shiqiang, director of Zhejiang Lab in east China's Zhejiang Province.The lab, jointly built by the Zhejiang provincial government, Zhejiang University and Alibaba Group, covers major areas such as intelligent transport, intelligent finance, smart city, intelligent healthcare and robotics."The participation of organizations from different industries has laid a solid foundation. I look forward to seeing a growing research community on the platform, engaged in the study of artificial intelligence algorithms," said Pan Yunhe, an academician with the Chinese Academy of Engineering and chief scientist in artificial intelligence at Zhejiang Lab."I hope that the Dubhe Artificial Intelligence Open Source Platform can push forward the application of AI technologies in different industries," Pan said.The Dubhe platform was jointly developed by Zhejiang Lab, Beijing Oneflow Technology, the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, Zhejiang University and others.China launched an artificial intelligence (AI) open-source platform Saturday to jointly promote the global development of the booming industry.The research and development of the Dubhe platform was started in October 2018, with nearly 100 researchers involved in the project. It aims to become an industry leader by forging an artificial intelligence cooperation ecosystem and facilitating the advanc

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  An employee arranges vegetables at a supermarket in Beijing in June. (Photo/Xinhua)Beijing has adopted measures to ensure vegetable supplies for its residents after the Xinfadi wholesale market suspended operations due to the detection of a local cluster of COVID-19 infections in June.The major seven wholesale markets in the city raised their daily total supply of vegetables to 15,000 metric tons from 8,000 tons during the past month, the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau said on July 25."Beijing has been keeping a demand-and-supply balance of vegetables since late June with a daily supply of 20,000 to 22,000 tons," the bureau said."The prices of beans, Chinese cabbages and many other kinds of vegetables are even lower than they were in the same period last year when there was no epidemic," said Lin Fan, a local resident in Beijing. "I thought the price would be higher than usual, but it's not actually."With a size of 1.12 square kilometers, roughly equivalent to 157 soccer fields, the Xinfadi farm produce market used to supply more than 80 percent of agricultural produce for the nation's capital.The market was immediately closed on June 13 for disinfection after the city reported the first local COVID-19 cases in a new cluster which was related to the market.Wang Hongcun, an official with the Beijing Municipal Commerce Bureau, said that although the measures taken at Xinfadi affected vegetable distribution, local authorities have been stepping up efforts to coordinate market resources. Food supplies in Beijing can be guaranteed.The bureau has urgently organized six other large wholesale markets across Beijing to increase supplies and set up a temporary market to stabilize prices.The Beijing Capital Agribusiness Group set up an emergency vegetable supply coordination office to find supplies in other areas.On June 18, the first batch of green vegetables from neighboring Hebei province were put on shelves in Beijing's supermarkets. Those vegetables were directly transported from the planting bases in Hebei to Beijing by truck.Beijing managed to meet demand as 13 provinces are providing vegetables for the city. Large-scale supermarkets in the city have acted swiftly to increase orders from producing areas instead of from the wholesale markets.The Beijing Jingkelong Supermarket Chain Co tripled direct purchases of vegetables from Hebei and Shandong provinces to ensure stable and orderly food supplies in the capital.Shi Guoqing, the procurement manager of Carrefour's North China region, made countless calls to increase orders from producing bases on June 12, the day when the first new local case was reported, a report by the Beijing Evening News said.A total of 18 large-scale supermarkets in Beijing, including Carrefour, all increased direct procurement from producing areas. They also promised together not to raise the prices of at least 10 types of daily vegetables for a month.City authorities have also been monitoring the price fluctuations of daily products to ensure stable supplies for the public.Some cities in neighboring Hebei province have taken steps to increase supplies of agricultural produce to Beijing.Hebei Xinfadi, an agricultural produce wholesale market in Baoding owned by the Xinfadi group, set up a 50 million yuan ($7.17 million) fund to organize and allocate farm produce needed urgently in Beijing.An employee arranges vegetables at a supermarket in Beijing in June. (Photo/Xinhua)Beijing has adopted measures to ensure vegetable supplies for its residents after the Xinfadi wholesale market suspended operations due to the detection of a local cluster of COVID-19 infections in June.The major seven wholesale markets in the city raised their daily total supply of vegetables to 15,000 metric tons

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  TikTok's roller-coaster ride in the United States continued on Monday as President Donald Trump said he would approve the video-sharing app's sale to Microsoft only if the U.S. government gets a cut, a condition that one expert called a "mafia" deal.The president also gave Microsoft and TikTok's Chinese owner, ByteDance, a deadline of Sept 15 to complete the deal, or the app will be banned in the U.S..Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a regular media briefing in Beijing on Tuesday that the U.S. treatment of TikTok is "outright bullying", and the U.S. only uses a "national security risk" as an excuse to suppress Chinese tech enterprises."The relevant enterprises carry out business activities in the U.S. following market principles and international rules and abiding by local laws and regulations," he said. 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