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China’s widely held advantage in AI is the huge amount of data generated by its more than 900 million Internet users, the world’s biggest online population. The country’s top lawmaking body has started reviewing a draft data security legislation that aims to protect individual privacy, while also promoting the relevant use of data.
Job openings for fresh graduates who specialise in 5G, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, cloud computing, integrated circuits and big data rose during China’s spring hiring season. The livestreaming boom has driven up demand for graduates in fields such as film production, journalism and broadcast communications.
China calls for joint development in AI to reduce risk of technology gap between rich and poor countries
China’s AI industry continues to grow, with core activities in the sector valued at US$7bil and the number of AI enterprises exceeding 2,600 at the end of 2019. The conference attracted executives from nearly 500 companies and institutions, including US firms Intel, Tesla, Microsoft and Nvidia, as well as scientists and scholars.
Viral video platform TikTok’s withdrawal from Hong Kong is a savvy commercial move that sidesteps thorny privacy issues but it will not shield the app completely from accusations of collusion with China, experts say.
Cars aren’t going away any time soon. So the ultimate green move will be combining two emerging technologies: autonomous driving and fully electric cars.
MaGIC has been moved out of the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (Medac), and will likewise change its focus from SMEs in general to tech startups.
China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.
Over the past 24 hours, a diverse collection of topics from flying snakes to TikTok found its way to the top of Google Search queries.
It seemed like tech was turning a corner.
As Britain's Covid-19 infections soared in the spring, the government reached for what it hoped could be a game changer – a smartphone app that could automate some of the work of human contact tracers.