With its technology dependent in the US, China is now promoting a soft policy. It now calls for the development of AI technology in all countries. Chinese leaders joined the trade with Google from Mogul Jack Ma and executives from Google in the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai. A year ago, China released an aggressive plan for artificial intelligence (AI) player in the world.
Chinese executives, including Vice Premier Liu, joined executives from Google at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai to support the unconventional approach to research from business research Jack Ma and AI. He sought foreign investment in the country and pledged to promote “free thinking” for growth.
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He was far from the aggressive scheme issued by the state council last year, by 2030 becoming the world leader in China as a world leader, through government support. His remarks have some specialties, the Shenzhen-based ZTE Corp comes after the US flags are bogged down and there is a soft policy of trade tensions between countries.
He said, “We believe that all members of the Global Village are cooperating with each other and will respond to the dual-sharp knife effect of new technologies,” he told a translator. “AI represents a new era of cross-national and cross-discipline cooperation.” Commenting on the echo of President Xi Jinping, China said in a letter to the conference that other countries are willing to share the benefits of the Artificial Intelligence. Many US companies have used this peak to show their dedication to AI development in China.
Microsoft Research Asia and Amazon Web Services have announced new labs in Shanghai. Google’s Jay Yagnik displays the company’s AI programs in the country. The search giant, Alphabet Inc.’s unit, is the main sponsor of the program. Google CEO Sundar Pichai was invited to the meeting but did not attend.
Its plans to release the company’s Beijing Research Center and search products in China. It is in accordance with the country’s censorship laws faced a strong setback from US lawmakers. Some of the toughest comments at this meeting have come from leaders of China’s largest technology companies. The Chairman of Tencent Holdings Ltd. Our Huateng started a Chinese research center in China, claiming that the country needed an international strategy worldwide.
Chairman of the Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Jack Mai said China needs to reform the rules, systems and thinking system. It will have how its industries and regulators are in line with technology. “The governments may ignore the taxi industry as an alternative,” said Alibaba Maya. Governments should focus on whether road safety is good and whether people die in traffic accidents or an alternative to an industry. “