Prince Andrew’s palace venture criticised over links to Chinese firm banned by US

The Buckingham Palace unit founded by Prince Andrew to support new entrepreneurs has been criticised for its partnership with a Chinese firm blacklisted by the US for human rights abuses.

The Chinese artificial intelligence giant iFlyTek is one of the highest profile partners of Pitch@Palace, with the firm’s chairman, Liu Qingfeng, sitting on its China Committee.

But critics, including US government agencies, say iFlyTek technology, such as its voice recognition equipment, is used in the persecution of China’s minority muslim community.

iFlyTek was added to the US Entity List last month, barring it from buying US-made technology after it was linked by Washington to Beijing’s alleged persecution…

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