Baidu, Xiaomi to work together on AI, IoT technologies

Baidu and Xiaomi have entered into a partnership to collaborate on artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, including voice, computer vision, natural language processing, knowledge graph, deep learning, augmented reality and virtual reality.

Xiaomi has more than 280 million active users worldwide, and has accumulated a huge amount of data. The company’s IoT platform has more than 85 million connected devices. Baidu is using its DuerOS conversational AI system to make voice-enabled devices. DuerOS has more than 130 partners and is embedded in products including smart phones, TVs, speakers, smart watches and home appliances.

[Image courtesy: Xiaomi]

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