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- Over the past 20 days, the trend for BIDU's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 4.
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Baidu's 2022 ESG Report Highlights "Safe and Controllable" as Highest Principle of AI Ethics
Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU and HKEX: 9888) ("Baidu" or the "Company") has recently released its 2022 ESG report, providing updates to the company's 2022 ESG performance in critical areas including enhancing corporate governance, building trust, nurturing talents, promoting green ides, improving service quality, and contributing to the society.
Pro Picks: Missed the boat on Nvidia? Check out these 5 stealth AI plays
After NVIDIA's (NASDAQ:NVDA) astounding AI-fueled earnings results and guidance last week, its valuation briefly vaulted past the $1 trillion mark and Wall Street analysts scrambled to jack up estimates on the company. But that massive surge makes Nvidia a tricky buy right now: InvestingPro’s fair value algorithm calls the stock overvalued at current levels, with some 30% potential downside risk.
China Stocks Jump on Stimulus Hopes. Alibaba, Baidu Rise.
FEATURE Chinese stocks rose on Friday on optimism that the government will introduce new stimulus measures to secure the country’s economic recovery. Hong Kong’s finished 4% higher. American depositary receipts of big Chinese firms such as Alibaba Group (ticker: BABA) and Baidu (BIDU) were trading more than 2% higher.
China Mulls New Property Support Package to Boost Economy
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Alibaba adds ChatGPT-style AI to meeting assistant app with wider roll-out plans including DingTalk integration
Alibaba Group Holding has started baking its ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence (AI) into a range of service offerings, including meeting assistant Tingwu and Slack-like office collaboration platform DingTalk, as local technology firms ratchet up efforts to promote their own flavours of generative AI. The Hangzhou-based e-commerce giant, which owns the South China Morning Post, said on Thursday that it integrated its large language model (LLM) Tongyi Qianwen into Tingwu, which records and tran
Do You Believe in the Long-Term Opportunity of Baidu (BIDU)?
Ariel Investments, an investment management company, released its “Ariel Global Fund” first-quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the Ariel Global fund traded +4.19% higher, trailing the +7.31% return of the MSCI ACWI Index and outperforming the MSCI ACWI Value Index’s +1.24% gain. Utilities holdings and […]
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Baidu Commits $140M Fund to Back ChatGPT-Like Startups
Baidu, Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU) earmarked 1 billion yuan ($140 million) to finance Chinese startups that explore generative AI, marking the rush to tap the ChatGPT frenzy. The company proposes to utilize the pool to incubate projects built atop its Ernie AI model in deployments of up to 10 million yuan apiece, Bloomberg reports. Baidu and its VC partners will examine pitches from prospective founders who will use Ernie to build out their services. Related: Apple Supplier Foxconn Rides the AI Wave, Dou
Baidu Is Setting Up a Venture-Capital Fund to Back Chinese AI: Report
Baidu will fund products built on top of its own ERNIE model as it hopes to outpace Chinese rivals Alibaba and Tencent as a domestic AI champion.
Baidu Creates $140 Million Fund to Back ChatGPT-Like Startups
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