The fast-paced adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in China, home to the world's largest internet-using population, should not only validate the immense investment in the nation's AI sector, but should also make the case for China's role
If you deposit a cheque or withdraw cash from an ATM in China you’ll no longer need a debit card to do so. New facial-recognition ATMs now enable almost-instant access your bank accounts.The tech has been deployed on over 12000 ATMs nationwide by Yitu Tec
What if you could withdraw money from an ATM just by walking up to it and having it recognize your face? If it works well and securely it would offer huge conveniences for customers. But are we ready to let artificial intelligence algorithms track our mov
YITU Technologieshas revealed to Biometric Update that it is expanding its Silicon Valley research lab, which will be managed by YITU AI Research Scientist Dr. Wu Shuang, as the company continues to raise its international profile.Dr. Wu told Biometric Up
You might have heard about those ATMs that use facial recognition instead of cards and PIN numbers for authentication. You might also have seen on the news a smart security algorithm that helps police identify suspects and cracks criminal cases. Artificia
A booth for YITU Technology at the 1st Digital China Summit in Fuzhou. Photo: Li Qiaoyi/GTChinese artificial intelligence (AI) unicorn YITU Technology has made inroads into the area of voice recognition, a senior company executive said on Monday, which co
LONDON, March7, 2018 --YITU Technology, a leading pioneer in Artificial Intelligence (AI) research and innovation, is attending the Counter Terror Expo in the UK on March 6-7, and will share its rich experience in applying AI technology into business scen
Former Google research scientist Lu Hao has officially joined the company as Chief Innovation Officer. [Source: YITU Tech]Shanghai, 11 February 2018 – YITU Technology (YITU), a leading pioneer in Artificial Intelligence (AI) research and innovation today
YITU Technology, the pioneering startup developing practical AI research and innovation, has been invited as the only Chinese AI company among other Chinese companies to attend a Sino-UK business forum in Shanghai
YITU Technology’s AI research scientist Dr. Wu Shuang today presented his talk on “A Chinese AI Startup’s Journey” at the EmTech Asia conference in Singapore.
Yitu Technology's Scott Ong explaining how its facial recognition software can track people's movements, and this information can be usedin sectors such asretail to see if products are placed optimally to attract shoppers' attention.
SingaporeCHINESE artificial intelligence company Yitu Technology plans to hire 50 to 60 researchers in Singapore for its upcoming R&D centre, following the opening of its first international office on Tuesday."We see Singapore as a springboard to