As a part of China’s three-year plan, China will build and accelerate the construction of data centre clusters in certain regions; the facility will support transformation in many sectors, from consumer products to digital information.
China is promoting science and technology by fostering innovation, supporting research and encouraging investment to help eliminate absolute poverty and improve socio-economic development.
To compete with imported products from foreign companies, China’s domestic semiconductor companies that specialise in AI released a variety of high-quality domestic products.
Tech experts in the country have called for the development of responsible and trustworthy AI that can be characterised by stability, explainability, privacy protections and fairness.
A new policy spearheaded by China’s central government authorities looks to promote more female participation in the fields of science and technology and encourage women scholars to play a more significant role in the country’s technological innovation.
The interdependence of China’s tech innovation strategy with its military-civil fusion system enables it to leverage the global research and networks of the country’s own companies and universities.
A Chinese AI scientist and his team developed an AI chatbot that can listen, analyse, reason, and help people clarify their true feelings and conduct ongoing evaluations of their psychological support.
Innovation China Programme aims to build a high-end dialogue platform to integrate science, technology with the economy and is expected to become a national public technology service.
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