It’s only a matter of time before China surpasses Silicon Valley in innovation.
That’s a viewpoint held by many at the Sync Conference in Silicon Valley, where startups have been focusing on building trans-Pacific businesses.
CCTV America’s Mark Niu explains.
Startups build better China-US tech relationships at Sync ConferenceOn display at Sync 2016 technology from Chinese entrepreneurs and insight from Chinese companies who've hired U.S. talent for research in Silicon Valley. CCTV America's Mark Niu explains.
On display at Sync 2016 technology from Chinese entrepreneurs and insight from Chinese companies who’ve hired U.S. talent for research in Silicon Valley.
Sync Conference attendee Michael Garbade started Livecoding.tv-a site that live-streams engineers writing computer code or learning and collaboration.
Without any advertising, China has already become his site’s second largest user base.
“China especially is the leading education market in the world and China is where all the big education investments have been going for the last three years. The size of people who want to learn to code who want to improve their software development is huge,” he said.
Besides just technology crossing borders, the same is true for financial models of how business is done.
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