Speaking from the RSA Conference taking place in San Francisco, BlackBerry CEO John Chen today, spoke to Bloomberg's Amanda Lang and Shery Ahn to discuss a wide range of topics ahead of BlackBerry's 35th anniversary.
Up for discussion, BlackBerry's Cylance acqusition, how important AI and Machine Learning are to BlackBerry, what kind of growth BlackBerry investors can expect along with BlackBerry's ongoing patent battles with the likes of Facebook and Twitter.
Of course, no interview would be complete without asking about the concerns surrounding China, Huawei and the tech industry but Chen noted it's not a concern for BlackBerry due to the limited nature of BlackBerry's business there, which is mostly contained to partners developing auto software.
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