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The 45th G7 Summit was held from 24 to 26 August in Biarritz, France.
Just ahead of this important G7 Summit, Huawei held a breakfast conference – part of its DigitALL series of talks and debates - to discuss the company’s most important developments and the consequences that might follow from this gathering of world leaders. Our breakfast debate focused on:
- The US government’s latest announcement concerning US tech companies’ ability to do business with Huawei, following restrictions placed on the company earlier this year
- Huawei’s unblemished cybersecurity record across the world over the past 30 years and its commitment to fair and open competition
- The launch of Huawei’s new AI chipset and open-source computing framework which will put AI services at the reach of businesses and individual users.
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How is Huawei making AI services accessible to businesses and individual users?
What does the world’s latest AI training chip look like?
Participants were invited to a special launch of new products in our Brussels Cybersecurity Centre.
Doors open. Drinks and sandwiches available. Free Wi-Fi on site.
Live from Shenzhen: Eric Xu, Rotating Chairman, Huawei, on the launch of the first commercial AI chip and on the launch of a new open-source AI computing framework.
Q&As with Eric Xu, including a live question from Brussels.
DigitALL breakfast debate: “Cybersecurity: Huawei setting the standards”, with Mark Smitham, Huawei EU, Cyber Security & Data Privacy
Remarks on the current political context, with Abraham Liu, Chief Representative of Huawei to the EU Institutions.