Artificial Intelligence Propels Forward in China

Artificial intelligence is now the buzzword not only in science, but in almost all walks of life. “To advance application of AI in real economy” has officially been written in a report delivered at the 19th Communist Party of China National Congress which ended on October 24. In fact, AI is taking up our daily […]

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Chinese Firefighting Prevention

China’s Ministry of Public Security has issued a guideline to make firefighting more methodical. According to the guideline on “smart firefighting,” new surveillance systems will connect more buildings and improve functions like automatic fire alarms, inspections and supervision. The new remote surveillance systems will be able to recognize images like fire and smoke, and make […]

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China Makes New Breakthrough in Quantum Communications

Chinese researchers will soon make a new breakthrough in quantum communication after the world’s first 2,000-km quantum communication line between Beijing and Shanghai went into operation in September, a senior university official said. The team led by Pan Jianwei from the Chinese Academy of Sciences has continued deep research to optimize the transmission of the […]

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China’s R&D Spending Reaches 2.1 % of GDP

China’s spending on research and development (R&D) accounted for 2.1 percent of GDP in 2016, the Ministry of Science and Technology announced Thursday. The spending reached 1.54 trillion yuan (around 233 billion U.S. dollars) last year, with over 78 percent coming from enterprises. Based in the south China city of Shenzhen, Chinese drone manufacturer DJI-Innovations […]

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Huawei MateBook Launching Ceremony

China’s telecommunication giant Huawei has introduced its first Windows laptop, the Huawei MateBook, which is designed to meet the evolving demands of business users. “With a focus on the needs of the ever-growing number of tech-savvy professionals around the world, Huawei has always strived to bring innovative technologies within the reach of people,” said Zhao […]

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Chinese Students’ Hydroelectric Power Invention

Chinese students at Hunan University have invented a system to increase the electricity generation of small and medium-sized hydropower stations during dry seasons. “Traditional hydroelectric power stations have a fixed water flow requirement, which means electricity outputs drop dramatically during the dry season,” said Lyu Mingsheng, one of the students. The invention fixes the current […]

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Breakthrough in Clean Renewable Energy

Chinese scientists have successfully contained super-hot plasma for a record length of time, which brings the humankind one step closer to clean and virtually unlimited energy offered by nuclear fusion, media reported. The “artificial sun,” officially known as the Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (EAST), is an experimental thermonuclear fusion reactor that replicates the energy-generating process […]

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Delivery Drones in Service

Photos showing workers attach a package onto a drone and then carrying a package when it arrives at a goods delivery landing site in Xi’an, capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province. Delivering goods to terminal customers through drones has been normalized by Chinese e-commerce trader JD.com starting in June 2017 in Xi’an. Source: Xinhua – […]

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Indian, Nigerian Populations Surge

India’s population is expected to surpass China’s in about seven years and Nigeria is projected to overtake the United States and become the world’s third most populous country shortly before 2050, according to a UN report. The report by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs’ population division forecasts that the current world population of […]

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