China’s SenseTime founder and AI scientist dies

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SenseTime, a prominent Chinese AI business, said in a statement on Saturday that its creator, a prominent computer scientist, had gone away.

“It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce to everyone the sorrowful news: Our beloved founder… Tang Xiao’ou, due to an illness that could not be treated, left us forever at 23:45 on December 15, 2023,” SenseTime said in an online post.
Tang, who started SenseTime in 2014, was in his mid-fifties, a former lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and an alumni of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

It was not disclosed what specifically caused the well-known computer expert to pass away.

SenseTime was put on a US trade blacklist in 2019 after it was said that it was a part of China’s “military-industrial complex” and that it utilized its technology for widespread monitoring in Xinjiang’s western region.

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