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SlideshowDT, Orange Prove Europe Remains Hostage to US, Chinese Tech

Baldly Going Where No Telco Has Gone Before
Orange's Stephane Richard (left on stage) and Deutsche Telekom's Timotheus Hottges (right) unveil their new smart speakers at Orange's annual Hello show in Paris this month.
Orange's Stephane Richard (left on stage) and Deutsche Telekom's Timotheus Höttges (right) unveil their new smart speakers at Orange's annual Hello show in Paris this month.

t.bogataj 12/18/2018 | 2:59:44 AM
Artificial vs Natural "Just 51% of companies in Germany believe in the potential of artificial intelligence, compared with 91% in China and 97% in the US."

This is the best proof of existence of natural intelligence in Europe.

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sarcher60555 12/19/2018 | 1:51:36 AM
Tis the Giving season. "A desperate Vincent Peng, the president of Huawei's business in Western Europe, told the Financial Times that Huawei would do "anything" to restore confidence."

Lots of nice gifts to decision makers at work desks around Europe with Huawei bow on top?
jexterjason 1/16/2019 | 11:33:56 PM
DT, Orange team Europe's tech dilemma like the deep and meaningful partnership two of its biggest telcos touted this week. The CEOs of Orange (Stéphane Richard) and Deutsche Telekom (Timotheus Höttges) see more than €120bn a year flow through their combined cash tills. The two were on stage at Orange's innovation showcase in Paris to team up on AI, and they had a mission.
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