US-China trade dispute is having an impact on innovation

With the trade war continuing, technology and innovation exchanges between the U.S. and China have come under scrutiny. The U.S. alleges patent infringement is one of the major issues. Items like semiconductors, LCD screens and electric motors have also gotten caught in the tariff cross-hairs. But will the tension harm innovation? CGTN’s Mark Niu looks into it. Startup founder Ethan Schur is using what he calls the worldís most accurate toothbrush. Grush uses Bluetooth and motion sensors to turn brushing into a video game for kids, allowing them to brush away monsters and send brushing data to both parents and dentists. Grush is currently headquartered in Silicon Valleyís ZGC Innovation Center, which is backed by the Beijing city government. “Actually […]

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