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China’s Artificial Intelligence Development Plan

Published on 4/26/2018
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China’s government has been working already for more than a decade to push up the value chain the Chinese manufacturing sector. The Chinese central government’s push has become recently more formalized. The State Council manufacturing modernization manifesto has been issued back in the year 2015 under the title Made in China 2025.

This document focuses more on the methods of manufacturing and less on the types of products to be manufactured. As long as the manufacturing process itself is being modernized it is okay to continue making rubber duck toys. In today’s China there are many massive automated factories producing with minimal human intervention some large numbers of identical items.

The Chinese government has made clear its position regarding information technology. In its conception the world’s most successful and largest manufacturing companies have achieved that status in large part through the wide use of software and information technology.  As consequence, China also set its focus on artificial intelligence.

The Chinese government experienced its AI Enlightenment, as termed by Will Knight at the MIT Technology Review. This manufacturing modernization process started with the State Council issuance of A Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan setting forth a pathway for AI development in China. The plan will conclude in the year 2030, progressing in three stages.

The Chinese government has set the goal that China would become the world’s primary AI innovation center. Vy 2030, China’s artificial intelligence applications, technologies will lead the world. For the moment, covering the period from 2018 to 2020, we are now just in Stage 1 of the AI Plan.

Since AI is a vast field and the term carries various meanings to many people, the 3 Year Plan proposes focusing on seven technical sectors:

  1. Intelligent Connected Vehicles (ICV)
  2. Intelligent Service Robots
  3. Intelligent Unmanned Arial Vehicles
  4. Computer Aided Medical Imaging Diagnosis Systems
  5. Video Image Recognition
  6. Artificial Audio Intelligence (AAI)
  7. Computer Translation

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