China has always attached great importance to the security governance of artificial intelligence (AI), Chinese Ambassador to the Netherlands Tan Jian said on Thursday.
Chinese enterprises are planning to increase investment in artificial intelligence as AI is increasingly perceived as one of the drivers in revenue growth and business transformation and integrated into the real economy, according to a new report from global consultancy Accenture.
China continues to lead the world in the number of publications of AI journals, top conferences and knowledge bases, of which the number of papers published accounts for 31.0 percent of the world’s total, an increase of 15 percentage points from 2020.
At the event this year, entrepreneurs and economists said that the new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial transformation represented by artificial intelligence will reconstruct the global innovation map and reshape the global economic structure.
An AI scoring system, which can convert the fleeting movements of the athletes into quantitative data indicators, is being used at the Games. The system not only helps athletes in pre-competition training, but also assists referees to accurately score and tally results.