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Baidu, Inc. (, anglicized ), incorporated on 18 January 2000, is a Chinese multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products and artificial intelligence, headquartered at the Baidu Campus in Beijing's Haidian District.wikipedia
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Baidu Maps

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Baidu offers various services, including a Chinese search engine, as well as a mapping service called Baidu Maps.
Baidu Maps is a desktop and mobile web mapping service application and technology provided by Baidu, offering satellite imagery, street maps, street view ("Panorama" - zh:百度全景) and indoor view perspectives, as well as functions such as a route planner for traveling by foot, car, or with public transportation.

Baidu Baike

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Baidu offers about 57 search and community services, for example, Baidu Baike (an online encyclopedia) and a keyword-based discussion forum.
Baidu Baike is a Chinese-language, collaborative, web-based encyclopedia owned and produced by the Chinese search engine Baidu.

Robin Li

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Baidu was established in 2000 by Robin Li and Eric Xu.
Robin Li or Li Yanhong (born 17 November 1968) is a Chinese Internet entrepreneur, co-founder of the search engine Baidu, and one of the richest people in China, with a net worth of US$18.5 billion as of October 2017.

Eric Xu

Baidu was established in 2000 by Robin Li and Eric Xu.
Eric Xu Yong (born 1964) is a Chinese entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist, best known as a co-founder of Baidu, the largest Chinese search engine.

Self-driving car

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Baidu's Apollo Project is one of the world's leading autonomous driving and AI programs, with one of the largest partner ecosystems and over 100 global partners as of 2018, including BYD, Dongfeng, Microsoft, Intel, Nvidia, Daimler AG, ZTE, Grab, Ford, Hyundai and Honda.
In China, Baidu and King Long produce automated minibus, a vehicle with 14 seats, but without driving seat.

NASDAQ-100

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In December 2007, Baidu became the first Chinese company to be included in the NASDAQ-100 index.
Cayman Islands - Baidu, Ctrip, JD.com, NetEase

Andrew Ng

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On May 16, 2014, Baidu appointed Dr. Andrew Ng as chief scientist.
Ng co-founded and led Google Brain and was a former VP & Chief Scientist at Baidu, building the company's Artificial Intelligence Group into several thousand people.

DU Ad Platform

Baidu's advertisement platform is DU Ad Platform.
DU Ad Platform is a mobile advertising platform developed by the Chinese web services company and search engine operator Baidu, Inc.

Baidu Wangpan

Baidu Wangpan, formerly Baidu Cloud is a cloud storage service that offers 2 TB of free data storage.
Baidu Wangpan (translation: Baidu Web Drive) is a Cloud service provided by Baidu, Inc., headquartered in Haidian District in Beijing.

Baidu 500

Baidu MP3 Search provides algorithm-generated links to songs and other multimedia files provided by Internet content providers. Baidu started with a popular music search feature called "MP3 Search" and its comprehensive lists of popular Chinese music, Baidu 500, based on download numbers. Baidu locates file formats such as MP3, WMA and SWF. The multimedia search feature is mainly used in searches for Chinese pop music. While such works are copyrighted under Chinese law, Baidu claims on its legal disclaimer that linking to these files does not break Chinese law. This has led other local search engines to follow the practice, including Google China(Hong Kong), which uses an intermediate company called Top100 to offer a similar MP3 Search service.
The Baidu 500 (officially 百度歌曲TOP500) is a list of rankings generated by Chinese search engine Baidu as part of their mp3 downloading service featuring the top 500 songs in the Chinese language.

Baidu Tieba

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Baidu Tieba provides users with a query-based searchable community to exchange views and share knowledge and experiences. It is an online community bound tightly with Baidu's search service.
Baidu Tieba is the largest Chinese communication platform hosted by Chinese search engine company Baidu, and was established on December 3, 2003.

Haidian District

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Baidu, Inc. (, anglicized ), incorporated on 18 January 2000, is a Chinese multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products and artificial intelligence, headquartered at the Baidu Campus in Beijing's Haidian District.
Baidu has its headquarters in the Baidu Campus.

DiDi

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At the same period, it has also led a joint investment of US$12 billion with Alibaba Group, Tencent, JD.com and Didi Chuxing, acquiring 35% of China Unicom's stakes.
As of May 2015, Didi Dache was to spend another CNY1 billion (US$161 million) on aggressive promotions and advertising in order to consolidate its dominant position against startups such as Yidao Yongche and Uber (who has Baidu, the third-largest Chinese Internet company, as an investor).

Register.com

Baidu later launched legal action against Register.com for gross negligence after it was revealed that Register.com's technical support staff changed the email address for Baidu.com on the request of an unnamed individual, despite failing security verification procedures.
In January 2010, the Chinese search engine Baidu sued Register.com for gross negligence after an employee allegedly allowed a third party access to Baidu's account despite them failing to pass basic security verification, allowing their website to be hijacked by the Iranian Cyber Army.

Iranian Cyber Army

On January 12, 2010, Baidu.com's DNS records in the United States were altered such that browsers to baidu.com were redirected to a website purporting to be the Iranian Cyber Army, thought to be behind the attack on Twitter during the 2009 Iranian election protests, making the proper site unusable for four hours.
The group has claimed responsibility for several attacks conducted over the Internet since 2009, most notably attacks against Baidu and Twitter.

NetDragon Websoft

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On July 16, 2013, Baidu announced its intention to purchase 91 Wireless from NetDragon.
Prior to selling this side of the business to Baidu, the company created a mobile phone app store stocked with self-created games and applications.

Tencent

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At the same period, it has also led a joint investment of US$12 billion with Alibaba Group, Tencent, JD.com and Didi Chuxing, acquiring 35% of China Unicom's stakes. Baidu competes with Google Search, 360 Search (www.so.com), Sogou Search (www.sogou.com), Yahoo! China, Microsoft's Bing and MSN Messenger, Sina, NetEase's Youdao, Tencent's Soso.com and PaiPai, Alibaba's Taobao, TOM Online, and EachNet.
In a "direct challenge to Chinese search engine Baidu," in May 2017 Tencent entered news feed and search functions for its WeChat app, which the Financial Times reported was used by 770 million people at the time.

Baidu Space

Baidu Space the social networking service of Baidu, allows registered users to create personalized homepages in a query-based searchable community. Registered users can post their Web logs, or blogs, photo album and certain personal information on their homepages and establish their own communities of friends who are also registered users. By July 2009, it had reached 100 million registered users
Baidu Space was an online social networking service provided by Baidu where users could record and share their lives easily.

China Unicom

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At the same period, it has also led a joint investment of US$12 billion with Alibaba Group, Tencent, JD.com and Didi Chuxing, acquiring 35% of China Unicom's stakes.
Other members of the alliance include Baidu, Tencent, and Alibaba.

C-pop

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Baidu MP3 Search provides algorithm-generated links to songs and other multimedia files provided by Internet content providers. Baidu started with a popular music search feature called "MP3 Search" and its comprehensive lists of popular Chinese music, Baidu 500, based on download numbers. Baidu locates file formats such as MP3, WMA and SWF. The multimedia search feature is mainly used in searches for Chinese pop music. While such works are copyrighted under Chinese law, Baidu claims on its legal disclaimer that linking to these files does not break Chinese law. This has led other local search engines to follow the practice, including Google China(Hong Kong), which uses an intermediate company called Top100 to offer a similar MP3 Search service.
In February 2008 mainland China's top search engine Baidu.com was sued by local industry groups for providing music listening, broadcasting and downloading without approval.

Baidu Knows

Baidu Knows provides users with a query-based searchable community to share knowledge and experience. Through Baidu Knows, registered members of Baidu Knows can post specific questions for other members to respond and also answer questions of other members.
Baidu Knows is a Chinese language collaborative Web-based collective intelligence by question and answer provided by the Chinese search engine Baidu.

Android (operating system)

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On November 18, 2012, Baidu announced that they would be partnering with Qualcomm to offer free cloud storage to Android users with Snapdragon processors. Baidu Yi is a smartphone operating system based on Android OS, announced in September 2011.
Reviewers have highlighted the open-source nature of the operating system as one of its defining strengths, allowing companies such as Nokia (Nokia X family), Amazon (Kindle Fire), Barnes & Noble (Nook), Ouya, Baidu and others to fork the software and release hardware running their own customised version of Android.

Baidu Yi

Baidu Yi is a smartphone operating system based on Android OS, announced in September 2011.
Baidu Yi (, 易 Yì meaning "exchange" or "easy"), also known as "Baidu Yun", was an operating system for mobile devices until Baidu suspended it.

Google Search

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Baidu competes with Google Search, 360 Search (www.so.com), Sogou Search (www.sogou.com), Yahoo! China, Microsoft's Bing and MSN Messenger, Sina, NetEase's Youdao, Tencent's Soso.com and PaiPai, Alibaba's Taobao, TOM Online, and EachNet.
Competitors of Google include Baidu and Soso.com in China; Naver.com and Daum.net in South Korea; Yandex in Russia; Seznam.cz in the Czech Republic; Yahoo in Japan, Taiwan and the US, as well as Bing and DuckDuckGo.

Bing (search engine)

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Baidu competes with Google Search, 360 Search (www.so.com), Sogou Search (www.sogou.com), Yahoo! China, Microsoft's Bing and MSN Messenger, Sina, NetEase's Youdao, Tencent's Soso.com and PaiPai, Alibaba's Taobao, TOM Online, and EachNet.
, Bing is the third largest search engine in the global, with a query volume of 4.58%, behind Google (77%) and Baidu (14.45%).