China promotes “green computing” to promote global digital development

China ranks second in the world in terms of computing power, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).  /PCP

China ranks second in the world in terms of computing power, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). /PCP China ranks second in the world in terms of computing power, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). /PCP As China pledges to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and … Read more

The US weighs tighter restrictions on AI chip exports to China

Nvidia boss Jensen Huang

Get free updates on US-China relations Well, I’ll send you a myFT daily digest email rounding last US-China relations news every morning. The Biden administration is contemplating new export controls on AI chips, as Washington ramps up its efforts to make it more difficult for China to obtain technology with military applications. The US Commerce … Read more

China lures billionaires in race to catch US in AI

China lures billionaires in race to catch US in AI

China is a landscape held back by US tech sanctions, data from regulators and calls for censorship China’s tech sector has a new obsession: competing with US titans like Google and Microsoft Corp. in the breakneck race of global AI. Billionaire entrepreneurs, mid-level engineers and foreign firm veterans alike now nurture a remarkably consistent ambition: … Read more

Taiwan suspects that Chinese ships have cut the islands’ internet cables

FILE - An aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, was seen in the night sky in the early morning hours of Monday, April 24, 2023, near Washtucna, Washington.  A solar storm forecast for Thursday, July 13 is expected to give skywatchers in more than a dozen U.S. states a chance to catch a glimpse of the northern lights.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, archive)

NANGAN, Taiwan (AP) For the past month, bed and breakfast owner Chen Yu-lin has had to tell his guests that he couldn’t provide them with the Internet. Others living in Matsu, one of Taiwan’s outlying islands closest to neighboring China, have struggled to pay electricity bills, make a doctor’s appointment, or receive a package. To … Read more

China exercises control over Internet cable projects in the South China Sea

China exercises control over Internet cable projects in the South China Sea

Receive free updates on Chinese politics and policies Well, I’ll send you a myFT Daily Digest email rounding last Chinese politics and politics news every morning. China has begun blocking plans to lay and maintain undersea Internet cables across the South China Sea, as Beijing seeks to exert greater control over the infrastructure that transmits … Read more