4 More Take-Aways from Red AI on Artificial Intelligence in China (2 of 2)

In this article, Jeff Towson discusses how artificial intelligence in China is increasingly dependent on HiSilicon. He talks about how HiSilicon is becoming a key player in the AI industry in China and how it is helping to drive innovation in the sector. Read this article to learn more about the book and its contents.

“Red AI” is a Good Book About Artificial Intelligence Companies in China (1 of 2)

In this article, Jeff Towson recommends reading “Red AI” to learn more about artificial intelligence in China. He talks about how the book provides a comprehensive overview of the AI landscape in China and how it compares to the rest of the world. Read this article to learn more about the book and its contents.

What’s Next for Digital Infrastructure in Asia? My Interview with Huawei APAC President Simon Baifeng.

I recently sat down with Simon Lin Baifeng, President of Huawei Asia Pacific and had a fascinating discussion about the future of digital infrastructure in Asia. Now I admit I’m a bit jealous of Simon. If there is one place to be building digital infrastructure, it’s Asia. Things are moving fast in infrastructure (5G, data […]

Huawei’s 4 Big Thailand Projects. My Interview with CEO Abel Deng. (Asia Tech Strategy – Podcast 113)

In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson interviews Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Thailand, about Huawei’s four big projects in Thailand. Deng discusses the importance of digital infrastructure in Thailand’s economic development and how Huawei is helping to build the country’s digital future. The four projects are:

Building a 5G network in Thailand
Developing a smart city in Bangkok
Investing in education and training
Supporting the development of startups

How Do You Identify Cultures and Management Teams that Outperform? (Tech Strategy – Daily Article)

Jeffrey Towson’s article “How Do You Identify Cultures and Management Teams that Outperform?” explores the challenge of identifying cultures and management teams that will outperform operationally in digital businesses. The article details the six levels of competition for digital businesses and the most common outcome metrics that indicate relative competitive strength. The article also highlights the role of people in digital operating basics and digital marathons.