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Six-Point Artificial Intelligence Development Strategy Announced

Six strategic objectives have been announced as China looks to the development of next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) systems in the run-up to 2030. These priorities were announced by the State Council in its recently published Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan.

The six objectives are as follows:

  1. Building an open and collaborative AI technology innovation system, encompassing the basic theories of frontier science, key generic technologies, innovation platforms and the work of leading AI professionals
  2. Fostering the development of a high-end and efficient AI economy, while nurturing emerging AI industries and promoting the smart upgrade of all relevant industries
  3. Establishing a safe and convenient smart society and developing efficient intelligent services
  4. Strengthening military-civilian synergy in the AI sector and promoting the two-way conversion and application of scientific and technological achievements in both the military and civilian spheres
  5. Establishing safe and efficient intelligent infrastructure facilities, while strengthening the building and upgrade of the infrastructure required for computer networks, big data and high-performance computing
  6. Initiating forward-looking arrangements with regard to major scientific and technological projects and strengthening holistic planning as a means of overcoming bottlenecks in any major basic theories and the key generic technologies unique to next-generation AI

For further details (in Chinese), please refer to the following website:

Circular of the State Council on Issuing the Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan (Guo Fa No. 35 [2017])

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