Alibaba, Baidu take stakes in local chipmaker Phytium
Alibaba and Baidu have taken stakes in local chipmaker Phytium Technology, according to information from data provider Tianyancha.
Baidu announces mass production of Kunlun 2 chip
Kunlun 2, a 7nm AI chip developed by Chinese search engine giant Baidu, has achieved mass production, the company announced on Wednesday.
Baidu launches its largest campus recruitment, will offer 8,000 positions
Baidu launched its campus recruitment for the class of 2022 college graduates on August 12, opening up 8,000 positions in technology, product and design fields.
Baidu has reportedly turned its chip business into independent company
Baidu has recently turned its Kunlun chip business into a new, separate company and Ouyang Jian, the chief architect of the business, has become the company's CEO.
Baidu Q1 results beat expectations, up about 4% premarket
Baidu's revenue for the first quarter reached RMB 28.13 billion ($4.29 billion), up 25% year-on-year, beating Wall Street's expectations of RMB 27.286 billion.
Baidu creates China's first AI-powered diving training system
As one of China's strongest artificial intelligence (AI) technology giants, Baidu's technology is not only driving driverless vehicles but is now also being used in the field of sports - diving training.
Baidu sues search engine optimization firm for unfair competition
Baidu has sued a search engine optimization company for alleged unfair competition, the first of its kind.
Baidu CTO says Kunlun 2 chip to be launched in second half of this year
Because of the uncertainty of the chip development process, the exact date cannot be determined yet.
Bilibili caught copying Baidu in Hong Kong secondary listing material
Going public can be a complicated process, especially considering the amount of documentation that needs to be prepared. So, is there a shortcut? Chinese video platform Bilibili seems to have found one.
Baidu makes secondary listing in Hong Kong, marking start of its 'second venture'
Baidu opened at HK$254 per share on its debut, up 0.79 percent from its offering price of HK$252, giving it a total market capitalization of HK$718.526 billion ($92.5 billion).