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Chinese Netizens Compare AI Development Between China and the US: While the US Advances in Technology, Tsinghua PhD Li Yizhou Sells AI Online Courses, Making 50 Million Yuan from a 199 Yuan Course

The recent buzz around Li Yizhou, a Tsinghua PhD, selling an AI online course for 199 yuan and making 50 million yuan within a year, highlights a significant discussion in China regarding the development of AI between China and the US. While the US focuses on advancing technology, Chinese talents like Li Yizhou are capitalizing on the AI hype by selling educational courses. Despite his background in the Academy of Fine Arts and being unrelated to AI or deep learning, Li’s entrepreneurial success and ability to market his course reveal a trend where knowledge and expertise are packaged for mass consumption. This situation underscores a broader concern about the prioritization of quick profits over substantial technological development and research in China’s tech environment.

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World’s First Sodium-Ion Pure Electric Production Car Rolls Off the Line

JAC Yiwei’s Huaxianzi, the world’s first sodium-ion battery-powered mass production car, has been launched in China. This innovation introduces a more cost-effective alternative to traditional batteries, although with a lower energy density. The debut of this vehicle marks a significant milestone in the new energy sector, offering diverse options for electric mobility, particularly for vehicles that do not require extended electric ranges.

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Tesla’s Latest FSD V12 Version: A Major Leap in Autonomous Driving with Neural Network Technology

The launch of Tesla’s FSD V12 is a significant milestone in the evolution of autonomous driving technology. It not only showcases the immense potential of neural networks but also points the way for the future development of autonomous vehicles. With the maturation of technology, there is good reason to believe that the roads of the future will belong to autonomous vehicles.

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NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Achieves 64th Flight, Capturing Stunning Imagery

With rotors spanning 4 feet (noted by IT Home to be approximately 121.92 centimeters) that whirl at a dizzying 2400 revolutions per minute, Ingenuity leveraged its onboard navigation camera to capture footage of this latest voyage. This camera is mounted on the helicopter’s body, pointed downwards to surveil the Martian terrain.

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Too Cumbersome? Musk No Longer Uses FAA’s Private Jet Stealth Program

Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, once tried to hide the flight trajectory of his private jet through a free program of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This program allows private planes to use temporary aircraft registration numbers to avoid being discovered by commercial websites or aircraft tracking accounts on social media.

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Nissan Showcases Solid-State Battery Technology: Energy Density Doubled, Charging Time Reduced to One-Third

At the recent Tokyo Motor Show in Japan, Nissan introduced its in-development All-Solid-State Battery (ASSB) technology. Katsushi Inoue, Vice President of Nissan’s Research Department, stated that the technology could enable a quantum leap for Nissan’s next-generation electric vehicles.

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