Chinese scientists can run new chip cycles themselves.

At a time when major technology companies like Tesla and Google are working hard to develop self-driving cars, Chinese scientists have developed their own driving cycle.
The bicycle was developed by scientists from Beijing's Xinhua University. This cycle can maintain its balance, it can avoid obstacles. It can follow the voice commands and follow anyone.
It's all about a revolutionary computer chip. This chip combines two different architectural modes in computing. Due to communication problems, these points may not work together yet, but it seems that Chinese scientists have overcome these difficulties.
This automatic cycle is not the first of its kind. An American university is working on such a project.
A new chip called Tianjak ensures easy connectivity between networks. It can maintain its balance and execute multiple verbal commands while avoiding interruptions.

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