Meituan sets up company to focus on AI robot development

Food delivery giant Meituan recently set up a new company in Chengdu

Leading the charge in food delivery, Meituan, has taken a bold stride into the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) robotics by establishing a new company in Chengdu, a prominent city located in southwest China. This latest venture by Meituan, although not formally announced by the company, underscores its ever-expanding tech horizons.

According to the authoritative corporate database Qichacha, a subsidiary of Meituan has secured an indirect wholly-owned stake in this nascent AI robotics venture. While Meituan has refrained from making an official statement regarding this strategic move, the establishment of this new firm adds to a growing roster of tech-centric enterprises that Meituan has initiated over the past two months.

This foray into the AI robotics sector echoes Meituan’s persistent commitment to innovation and diversification. As a pivotal player in the food delivery domain, Meituan has consistently sought to redefine the boundaries of its operations, embracing new technologies and opportunities that align with its overarching vision.

The establishment of a new company dedicated to AI robotics further cements Meituan’s position as a multifaceted tech pioneer. While the specifics of this venture remain shrouded in mystery, it reflects Meituan’s strategic maneuvering to remain at the forefront of technological advancements and its unwavering dedication to shaping the future of various industries.

In a dynamic market environment, Meituan’s ability to adapt and evolve has been central to its success. As it delves into the realm of AI robotics, Meituan reaffirms its status as a trailblazer, poised to leave an indelible mark on the food delivery and tech sectors alike.

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