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San Francisco Chronicle
Big tech dealmaking accelerates in signal smart cities are nearfrom Bloomberg New Energy Finance released Wednesday. Google's parent company A
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
from Bloomberg New Energy Finance released Wednesday. Google's parent company Alphabet Inc. and China's online retailer Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. were involved. As smartphones and computers seep deeper into the fabric of everyday life,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Life goes on for the 218 Amazon also-ransany sense of disappointment among the losers, then, was a feeling of expectatio
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 hours ago
any sense of disappointment among the losers, then, was a feeling of expectation. "If Amazon is not willing to swing for the fences in Oklahoma and build a city, maybe Alibaba" - the Chinese internet retailer - "is willing,"... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Stocks That Could Put Amazon's Returns to Shamemaker NeoPhotonics(NYSE: NPTN) can do better than Amazon for new investors toda
FOX Business / Posted 16 hours ago
maker NeoPhotonics(NYSE: NPTN) can do better than Amazon for new investors today. Don't overlook this Chinese e-tailer Alibaba's Tmall controlled 51.3% of the Chinese e-commerce market in the second quarter of 2017, according to Analysys... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Stocks That Could Put Amazon's Returns to Shamemaker NeoPhotonics(NYSE: NPTN) can do better than Amazon for new investors toda
FOX Business / Posted 16 hours ago
maker NeoPhotonics(NYSE: NPTN) can do better than Amazon for new investors today. Don't overlook this Chinese e-tailer Alibaba's Tmall controlled 51.3% of the Chinese e-commerce market in the second quarter of 2017, according to Analysys... Read more
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CNET
In post-Google China, censorship is unfazedcalled "moral pygmies" during a on the matter. Since then, Yahoo has been rel
CNET / Posted yesterday
called "moral pygmies" during a on the matter. Since then, Yahoo has been relatively quiet on the Chinese front, letting Alibaba Group, in which it has a 40 percent stake, use the Yahoo brand for a portal site there. For its part, China isn't... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Amazon has a plan to become profitable. It's called advertisingbusiness in the world,” says Jay Kahn, a partner at Light Street Capital, who n
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
business in the world,” says Jay Kahn, a partner at Light Street Capital, who notes that Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. gets more than half its revenue from ads. “For Amazon, advertising is going to be more profitable... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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WALB Albany
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
WALB Albany / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Is Spotify too big to fail? We’ll find out soonpublic marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tac
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
public marketplace without paying the hefty fees investment banks typically tack onto their IPO deals (for some context, Alibaba reportedly paid around $300 million to the banks behinds its $21.8 billion IPO), the reality appears much bleaker... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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CNET
Apple wants to shrink your photos, but a new format from Google and Mozilla could go even fartherthat typically are smaller than JPEGs or another format called PNG that's good
CNET / Posted yesterday
that typically are smaller than JPEGs or another format called PNG that's good for text and logos. WebP won over eBay, Alibaba, Yahoo and other major websites, but Google failed to convince other browser makers to support it. Already, though,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
I don’t understand Bitcoin: billionairewas not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best kno
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
was not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best known as the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group; an e-commerce, retail, AI and technology conglomerate. Mr Ma admitted he did not understand Bitcoin and how... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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News.com.au
I don’t understand Bitcoin: billionairewas not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best kno
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
was not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best known as the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group; an e-commerce, retail, AI and technology conglomerate. Mr Ma admitted he did not understand Bitcoin and how... Read more
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New York Daily News
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
New York Daily News / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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FOX News
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
FOX News / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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FOX News
France's Davos? Macron hosting 140 CEOs in investment pushand some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Co
FOX News / Posted yesterday
and some will announce investment plans Monday. CEOs or top executives from Coca-Cola, Google, Facebook, JP Morgan and Alibaba are among those expected, according to Macron's office. The executives are stopping in France en route to the World... Read more
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Business Insider
An influential Silicon Valley investor said that talking about paternity leave is a sign that society is becoming 'unhinged'greater inefficiencies due to tired and demotivated workers. It's not the firs
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
greater inefficiencies due to tired and demotivated workers. It's not the first time Moritz has been bullish about China. In a 2015 interview with Business Insider, he said Europe tended to "underestimate" China, citing Tencent, Alibaba, and Huaw... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Meet the unconventional portfolio manager who crushed Wall Street last year while barely watching the marketsmash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely d
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
smash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely due to the fund's heavy exposure to Amazon, Alibaba, Facebook, and Alphabet, which make up more than one-third of the portfolio. The selection of those stocks, and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
I don’t understand Bitcoin: billionairewas not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best kno
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
was not a novice with a hand up in the audience, it was Mr Ma himself, best known as the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group; an e-commerce, retail, AI and technology conglomerate. Mr Ma admitted he did not understand Bitcoin and how... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Meet the unconventional portfolio manager who crushed Wall Street last year while barely watching the marketsmash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely d
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
smash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely due to the fund's heavy exposure to Amazon, Alibaba, Facebook, and Alphabet, which make up more than one-third of the portfolio. The selection of those stocks, and... Read more
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Business Insider
Meet the unconventional portfolio manager who crushed Wall Street last year while barely watching the marketsmash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely d
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
smash benchmarks in 2017 with a 40.6% return. The outperformance was largely due to the fund's heavy exposure to Amazon, Alibaba, Facebook, and Alphabet, which make up more than one-third of the portfolio. The selection of those stocks, and... Read more
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The Morning Call
No brand is too small for counterfeitersDream's U.S.-made $135 “Thin Stripe Long Sleeve” jersey for sale on Taobao, Chi
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
Dream's U.S.-made $135 “Thin Stripe Long Sleeve” jersey for sale on Taobao, China's premier online shopping site owned by Alibaba, for about half the price. The seller, a store named Gentleman Racing Club, made only the slightest changes:... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
China questions 'objectivity' of U.S. regarding fake goodsto motivate private businesses to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
to motivate private businesses to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the online platforms listed was e-commerce giant Alibaba's online marketplace Taobao, which has struggled for years to shed its reputation as an Internet emporium for fake... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Harry Domash, Online Investing: Taking a look at closed-end fundshalf of the portfolio, Japan about 10 percent, and various European countries a
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
half of the portfolio, Japan about 10 percent, and various European countries around 20 percent. Biggest holdings include Alibaba preferred stocks, and common stocks issued by Naspers, Alphabet (Google), Apple, FANUC and Bank of America. Calamos... Read more
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Gulf News
No brand is too small for counterfeitersDream’s US-made $135 “Thin Stripe Long Sleeve” jersey for sale on Taobao, China
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
Dream’s US-made $135 “Thin Stripe Long Sleeve” jersey for sale on Taobao, China’s premier online shopping site owned by Alibaba, for about half the price.The seller, a store named Gentleman Racing Club, made only the slightest changes: removing... Read more
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FOX Business
Read This Before Buying Chinese Tech Stocksthe Chinese tech market and identify the main trends investors should be aware
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
the Chinese tech market and identify the main trends investors should be aware of. Recognizing the biggest players Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent -- commonly called the "BAT" triumvirate -- dominate the Chinese tech landscape with their massive... Read more
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FOX Business
Read This Before Buying Chinese Tech Stocksthe Chinese tech market and identify the main trends investors should be aware
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
the Chinese tech market and identify the main trends investors should be aware of. Recognizing the biggest players Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent -- commonly called the "BAT" triumvirate -- dominate the Chinese tech landscape with their massive... Read more
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The Hill
Beijing: Trump admin lacks ‘objectivity’ in dealing with Chinese businessesholders. One of the companies named on that list was Taobao, the online market
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
holders. One of the companies named on that list was Taobao, the online marketplace owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. Michael Evans, the president of Alibaba Group, ripped the USTR's assessment as a "deeply flawed, biased and... Read more
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Daily Herald
China criticizes US moves on intellectual property, telecomsto motivate private markets to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the onl
Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
to motivate private markets to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the online platforms listed was e-commerce giant Alibaba's online marketplace Taobao, which has struggled for years to shed its reputation as an Internet emporium for fake... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
China criticizes US moves on intellectual property, telecomsto motivate private markets to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the onl
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 2 days ago
to motivate private markets to reduce piracy and counterfeiting. Among the online platforms listed was e-commerce giant Alibaba's online marketplace Taobao, which has struggled for years to shed its reputation as an Internet emporium for fake... Read more
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New York Daily News
China criticizes US moves on intellectual property, telecomsFILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo shows a laptop computer screen displaying
New York Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
FILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo shows a laptop computer screen displaying the website of Alibaba's Taobao main site at an office in Beijing. China is criticizing recent moves by the U.S. government and Congress targeting the sale of fake goods... Read more
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FOX Business
Highlights From the Consumer Electronics Showthat wasn't so present last year, it's definitely voice. You have every big tec
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
that wasn't so present last year, it's definitely voice. You have every big tech company from Google to Samsung to Baidu to Alibaba, obviously Amazon -- all of them were showcasing their voice assistants. And a lot of device makers, on the other... Read more
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FOX Business
Highlights From the Consumer Electronics Showthat wasn't so present last year, it's definitely voice. You have every big tec
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
that wasn't so present last year, it's definitely voice. You have every big tech company from Google to Samsung to Baidu to Alibaba, obviously Amazon -- all of them were showcasing their voice assistants. And a lot of device makers, on the other... Read more
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WA Today
AI's grades are improving but computers still can't read between the linesWhen computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month s
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
When computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month surpassed humans for the first time in a reading and comprehension test, both companies celebrated the success as a historic milestone. Luo Si, the chief scientist for... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
AI's ability to read hailed as 'historical milestone,' but computers aren't quite thereWhen computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month s
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
When computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month surpassed humans for the first time in a reading-comprehension test, both companies celebrated the success as a historic milestone. Luo Si, the chief scientist for... Read more
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FOX Business
The Smart Speaker Trend Is Just Getting StartedCanalys's report. Google doesn't operate in China, and Amazon's presence is ex
FOX Business / Posted 3 days ago
Canalys's report. Google doesn't operate in China, and Amazon's presence is extremely small compared to retail giants like Alibaba and JD.com(NASDAQ: JD), which each have their own smart speakers. JD.com was one of the first to market in China, and... Read more
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FOX Business
The Smart Speaker Trend Is Just Getting StartedCanalys's report. Google doesn't operate in China, and Amazon's presence is ex
FOX Business / Posted 3 days ago
Canalys's report. Google doesn't operate in China, and Amazon's presence is extremely small compared to retail giants like Alibaba and JD.com(NASDAQ: JD), which each have their own smart speakers. JD.com was one of the first to market in China, and... Read more
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Digi Times
Google moves into Shenzhen in latest China expansionis home to Tencent, the $500 billion firm behind WeChat, and mobile giants Huaw
Digi Times / Posted 3 days ago
is home to Tencent, the $500 billion firm behind WeChat, and mobile giants Huawei and ZTE, while the likes of Alibaba and Baidu are also present. The city has a thriving maker community, which includes global hardware accelerator... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why Woolies boss is looking at start-ups to never run low on bread againhave happened recently in China, where some shoppers do not ever encounter a st
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
have happened recently in China, where some shoppers do not ever encounter a staff member or checkout. Some Suning and Alibaba stores use facial recognition software to identify customers and automatically charge their bank accounts for the... Read more
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asianage
Ramdev doesn't 'support' FDI in retailmove to form partnership with US-based online retail major Amazon and PayTm, wh
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
move to form partnership with US-based online retail major Amazon and PayTm, which is backed by Chinese ecommerce company Alibaba. "They are selling our swadeshi products," he said. Over the issue of seeking foreign funds for expansion, Ramdev... Read more
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asianage
Won't support FDI in retail sector, says Yoga guru Baba Ramdevmove to form partnership with US-based online retail major Amazon and PayTm, wh
asianage / Posted 3 days ago
move to form partnership with US-based online retail major Amazon and PayTm, which is backed by Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba. "They are selling our swadeshi products," he said. Over the issue of seeking foreign funds for expansion, Ramdev... Read more
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The Age
AI's grades are improving but computers still can't read between the linesWhen computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month s
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
When computer models designed by tech giants Alibaba and Microsoft this month surpassed humans for the first time in a reading and comprehension test, both companies celebrated the success as a historic milestone. Luo Si, the chief scientist for... Read more
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