According to the Financial Post, Chinese AI start-up SenseTime is considering IPO on Shanghai Stock Exchange’s STAR Market. The company’s latest round of financing will bring its valuation to US$10 billion. People familiar with the matter said that the AI company was put on a trade blacklist by Washington in October last year, and is expected to raise US$1.5 billion from the upcoming round of financing. Read more on related Synced coverage: IPO Season: China’s First Wave of AI Companies Are Going Public
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