Megvii Technology, a Chinese artificial intelligence start-up that provides face-scanning technology to clients that include the Chinese government, has filed to list in Hong Kong amid the city’s ongoing protests. It would be the first of a crop of Chinese AI startups to go public.… Continues
Red Barn Radio Live Presents a very special program with Lexington Music’s Lifetime award honoree, Gayle Wynters. It’s an evening of jazz standards as Ms. Wynters presents music from the Great American Songbook, accompanied by her all-star band.… Continues
By Yan Zhang | USA TODAY
Home sales are hurting. Even with lower mortgages rates and a sales pick-up in July, purchases of homes are still down significantly compared with 2018.
But while analysts typically blame high prices and growing worries about a possible recession, another factor is also playing a prominent role: Foreign buyers, particularly the Chinese, have pulled back sharply from the U.S.… Continues
By Matt Zapotosky, Carol Leonnig | The Independent
At least one camera in the hallway outside the cell where authorities say registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself earlier this month had footage that is unusable, although other, clearer footage was captured in the area, according to three people briefed on the evidence gathered earlier this month.… Continues
By Edward Johnson | Bloomberg
(Bloomberg) — An Australian writer detained in China seven months ago has been formally arrested on suspicion of espionage, triggering swift demands from the government in Canberra that he be allowed to return home.
Foreign Minister Marise Payne said she was “concerned and disappointed” that Yang Hengjun, a Chinese native who’s now an Australian citizen, would “continue to be criminally detained.”… Continues