BEIJING, May 25 (Xinhua) — The following is a summary of published science and technology news of China.
ANCIENT BOOKS IDENTIFICATION
An artificial intelligence project has been developed to help identify ancient Chinese books overseas.
The project, with an accuracy rate of 97.5 percent, has identified 200,000 pages of ancient Chinese books, covering 30,000 characters.
It took Sichuan University, University of California, Berkeley and Alibaba’s DAMO Academy more than two years to complete the project.
NATIONAL S&T WEEK
China’s national science and technology week that kicked off on May 22 has proved to be an enthralling avenue to espy the country’s technological innovations.
The event offers visitors a glimpse into the country’s glorious history of independent sci-tech development, as well as the remarkable changes it has brought to people’s lives.
WORLD INTELLIGENCE CONGRESS
The fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence (AI) event, concluded Sunday in north China’s Tianjin Municipality.
The four-day event, themed “New Era of Intelligence: Empowering New Development, Fostering a New Pattern,” attracted the participation of over 240 AI companies and institutions, bringing with them frontier AI technologies and applications.