To promote governance in cyberspace, China utilised digital technology to provide better public service and worked with the international community to enhance digital government efficiency.
Fintech accelerated digital transformation in China and posed new challenges at the same time; China improved regulations on fintech that focuses on protecting personal privacy and expanding fintech services to benefit more individuals.
To combat gaming addiction amongst children, China has set up an online platform where parents can report gaming firms that violate new rules for children under 18s.
To have major breakthroughs in AI and become a leader in the field, China released its first set of ethical guidelines governing artificial intelligence, emphasising protecting user rights and preventing risks.
Chinese researchers began to explore the uncharted territory by developing a complete brain-inspired computing platform from theory, chips, software to systems and applications.
The country is stepping up efforts to regulate the use of algorithms and data protection by setting up responsibility systems for algorithm security and sci-tech ethical review systems.
China has laid out a plan to promote higher quality production of major food crop varieties to achieve food security by developing innovation-driven technology.
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